Anatomical Basis Of The Memory Information System

Here, we focus on two types of learning presented previously—spatial (declarative) and classical conditioning (nondeclarative) learning that allow us to empirically understand the role of the brain in information processing. Interestingly, both humans and animals utilize these forms of learning. Furthermore, one type of learning may exist without the other. Before we discuss different types of learning, it is important to describe two structures believed to be involved in learning and memory—the hippocampus and the amygdala.

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