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MLHO - Cognition Mature Learning Types of Learning Action Motor Perceptual Language Learning how to use language Learning a language Mature

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    Cognition:  Mature Learning February 23, 2007
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    Types of Learning  Action / Motor  Perceptual  Language  Learning how to use language  Learning a language Mature learning is “what’s left over”
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    The striatum of the basal ganglia encodes skills
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    The medial temporal lobe (limbic system), particularly the hippocampus, is part of the tract that encodes declarative memory amygdala hippocampus Massa intermedia of thalamus
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    The diencephalon, particularly the dorsomedial nucleus of the thalamus and mamillary bodies, are also part of the tract that encodes declarative memory
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    Prerequisites for Learning  Attention  Perception  Consolidation / Storage
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    Rehearsal Transfer is primarily accomplished  through rehearsal. Hence, long-term memory is primarily a  by-product of action Transfer results in pattern building or list  building.
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    Perceptual Segmentation Perceptual segmentation is a sufficient  condition for declarative learning for  encoding an input in working memory  and for short-term retention.
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    Conclusions from Hearing and repeating isn’t enough to transfer  information into long-term memory.  Perceptual segmentation stores information in  LTM, but it is subject to Retroactive  Interference (RI). Rehearsal (generating string) transfers 
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 340 taught by Professor Ackroff during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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MLHO - Cognition Mature Learning Types of Learning Action Motor Perceptual Language Learning how to use language Learning a language Mature

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