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81. A brain-injured patient who can still execute a perfect golf swing or a high dive but is unable to recall or relearn even the broad outlines of American history is superior in

 

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A brain-injured patient who can still execute a perfect golf swing or a high dive but is unable to recall or relearn even the broad outlines of American history is superior in

  1. procedural memory.
  2. semantic memory.
  3. episodic memory.
  4. fact memory.

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Procedual Memory


   
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