How does brain work in terms of learning and memory, biology homework help

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The essay should be between 450 to 600 words. No plagiarism. No quotes. NO PARAPHRASING. Only your own words. Make sure that the first sentence of the essay reflects the topic properly.

You will answer the guiding questions using my resources.

Guiding Questions (make sure to integrate the guiding questions with each other, there is overlap):

1. Discuss the parts of the brain as they relate to learning and memory.

2. Discuss learning styles.

3. Include your learning style, strengths & weaknesses, and study tools (what old skill(s) align(s) with your results from the Learning Styles Survey and what new tool might you try).

I will upload the results of my learning survey. Please answer the 3rd guiding question based on this results.

Answering all guiding questions is a must.

Please make sure to go over all the pages of the source not just the first page.

http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/


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How Brain Works in Terms of Learning and Memory
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HOW BRAIN WORKS IN TERMS OF LEARNING AND MEMORY

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How Brain Works in Terms of Learning and Memory
The amygdala, the hippocampus, the cerebellum, and the prefrontal cortex are the key parts
of the brain involved with memory. The central function of the amygdala is to control feelings like
fear and anger. The amygdala contributes to the way memories are kept since storage is inclined
by stress hormones. Due to its function in processing emotional data, it is also involved in the
transfer new learning into a lasting memory.
The hippocampus is involv...

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