Learning, Memory, Amnesia, Dementia, Instinctive Behavior and the Effects of early Experience
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(1) Learning: a relatively permanent change in behavior that results from practice or experience. Learning is the process of acquiring knowledge about the world (Kupperman, 1991). This definition implies plasticity in central nervous system function and it also implies plasticity in the formation of stimulus response connections. The definition excludes changes in behavior result-ing from maturation, sensory adaptation and fatigue.
KeywordsProgressive Supranuclear Palsy Senile Plaque Posterior Cerebral Artery Domoic Acid Retrograde Amnesia
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