Psy 340 week 5 DQ - his knowledge will get forgotten,...

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What is the relationship between learning and memory? Memory can be defined as something without which we have no available space to archive all the information that we learn that would result in wasting all our teachings and experience that we gather throughout our life. Learning is a process in which all the information is stored in memory; learning also helps the brain to strengthen the brain as equal to like physical exercise trains muscles, so it is noticed that more learning increases the capacity of retaining the memory. The development of both memory and learning itself express their relation where any new information is added to the old, in other words it is overwritten. If long-term memory is not strong in any individual, however smart or intelligent that person may be
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Unformatted text preview: his knowledge will get forgotten, people with high IQ may develop the capacity to be smart and quick even though he may lack the capacity to hold his data in his memory. Thus we can correctly state that memory is directly proportionate to learning, that is, the more a person learns the more he can memories and vice versa, but learning is independent from memory factor since a person can learn many things even though he can’t remember them just like if a person learns about chemistry and fails to retain it this doesn’t stops him from learning physics or biology. However if one can’t retain it into memory it may trouble him in the long run....
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course PSY 340 12345 taught by Professor Nina during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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