How does brain work in terms of learning and memory?

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Write a 450 - 600 word essay that:

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 and please answer the 3rd guiding question based on this results.

Source material: 1. your notes and text (I will send you later), 2. and 3. my learning style survey results

Make sure that you read all the source pages, discuss the sources that you have been provided and incorporate your understanding of the concepts into the essay. consider potential answers to the Guiding Questions and think about how best to organize your essay in response to the Writing Prompts. Be sure that you follow and address all of the Guiding Question.

Starting with a simple introduction to key terms and working up to an essay that ties all the information together. Your essay should be ENTIRELY in your own words. (so don’t put any direct quote and don’t paraphrase from the sources). Internal integrity, organization, and structure to your essay are of vital importance.

look at the first attachment learning style survey result

Here I have uploaded the essay style and grading guidelines. Please go over the instructions and make sure you follow the rules.

I will send you my notes also so that you make sure what information you need to cover in the paper.

Tutor Answer

School: Carnegie Mellon University



Running head: LEARNING

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For learning to occur, information must first be stored in the human brain. This implies
that the brain is the human organ which is highly responsible for learning. The various parts of
the brain have different functions, all which combine for the learning process to occur. The
cerebral cortex, in particular, makes the human brain unique. It distinctly controls human traits
such as consciousness, higher thoughts, reasoning, thinking, and imagination. It is divided into
four lobes, including frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobe, all of which perform different
functions but mainly reasoning and perception. The frontal lobe is associated with mortal skills,
reasoning, high-level reasoning and expressive language. The parietal lobe functions to process
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