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Lecture 3: Non-declarative memory

In this step, we will learn more about non-declarative memory.

Non-declarative memory

Right after declarative memory, let’s see what is non-declarative memory? By noticing the example of patients with Parkinson’s disease, we can have a better understanding of declarative memory.

And what about habits? Are our habits also part of our non-declarative memory? They are ‘memorized’ in a non-verbal way, but they can still be assessed.

Do you think our habits are also one kind of memory? Why or why not? It will be our honor to hear from you.

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