why is learning and memory considered to be inseparable from a biological perspective and a psychological perspective?
From a biological and psychological point of view, learning and memory are two inseparable concepts. They are often deemed to be closely related to each other . Learning is perceived to be the process of skill or knowledge acquisition. Memory on the other hand is the expression of the skill or knowledge that an individual has. Ideally, the inseparability of these two things is also exuded by the process of creation and acquisition. Learning is slowly acquired while memory is created instantly. For this reason, learning and memory are viewed to be inseparable since each of them is dependent on each other.
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