The Types Of Learning And Memory
Learning and memory are two interesting facets of the mind. There are different kinds of memories that people have. There are explicit memories like where you live and what your phone number is. There are also implicit memories and associative learning is one example of that. Addiction is another thing that relates to this kind of memory as is muscle memory for sports. Declarative memories are facts and non-declarative can be fears and conditioning we have picked up.
These are a real big part of your memory system and this is like associative learning.

Key Takeaways:

Declarative and explicit are two different types of memories that we have.
Declarative and explicit describe the different memories we have for facts and events.
Non declarative and implicit memories deal with skills, habits and muscle memory.

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