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Habituation & Sensitization: Are they nondeclarative mem

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Habituation & Sensitization: Are they nondeclarative mem

Postby segarama » Wed Nov 02, 2005 9:01 am

Yes, they are both part of the unconscious nondeclarative memory learning system. The Aplysia a seaslug can be gently approached with a soft hand and will create habituation....but if someone graps the Aplysia by the tail it will leave an unconscious nondeclarative memory and learning trail that will be almost impossible to ever approach that same aplysia again. Riding a bike is nondeclarative......unconscious once it is learned...many memories are unconscious...too many to note here...but Larry Squire and Eric Kandel wrote a great book about it. Any comments?
Rob :)
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Postby raju » Wed Nov 02, 2005 11:01 am

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