A Neuroscience Perspective on Learning

Dendy Sloan, Cynthia Norrgran


We briefly discuss memory types and three modern principles of neuroscience: 1. Protein growth at the synapse, 2. the three-brain theory, and 3. the interplay of the hippocampus, the neocortex, and the prefrontal cortex.  To illustrate the potential of this perspective, four applications of these principles are provided.

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