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Relationships between learning and memory.

This solution answers the questions of what the relationship between learning and memory are, the neuroanatomy of learning and memory, and the moral processes of learning and memory. There are four main types of learning and their related forms of memory, and these are defined as well.

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What is the relationship between learning and memory? What is the neuroanatomy of learning and memory? What are the moral processes of learning and memory?

Basically, the relationship between learning and memory is that a being will not learn unless there is some type of memory involved. According to Carlson (2010), "learning refers to the process by which experiences change our nervous system and hence our behavior" (p. 440). These changes in the nervous system are referred to as memories.

There are four main types of learning and their related forms of memory. Perceptual learning refers to the fact that we can recall ...

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This solution answers the questions of what the relationship between learning and memory are, the neuroanatomy of learning and memory, and the moral processes of learning and memory. There are four main types of learning and their related forms of memory, and these are defined as well.

Reference

Carlson, N.E. (2010). Physiology of behavior. (10th ed.) Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon.

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