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37. State-dependent learning is a term that refers to the fact that

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State-dependent learning is a term that refers to the fact that

  1. bodily states can be a strong cue for later memory.
  2. learning and memory can be increased with the use of drugs.
  3. happy people have better memories.
  4. adults lose any eidetic memory as they grow older.

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1. bodily states can be a strong cue for later memory.

 
Posted : 25/02/2022 9:28 am
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