Neurobiology of learning - Dr. Nora Schneider

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Paediatrics Neuroscience

Learning requires an ability to retain knowledge acquired through experience, while memory stores the background knowledge against which new learning takes place.

Learning new information and skills, storing this knowledge, and retrieving, modifying or forgetting these memories over time are critical for flexibly responding to a changing environment



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