Aprendizagem e Memória

Contexto Motor


  • C. S.C. Sá Professora da Universidade de Uberaba e Faculdades Integradas de Patrocínio, MG. Mestre em Psicologia na Área de Neurociências e Comportamento pela USP.
  • C. C. Medalha Ex-professora da Universidade de Uberaba. Doutoranda em Ciências Fisiológicas – UFSCAR




Memória, aprendizado, aprendizado motor


O SN tem duas funções básicas: a manutenção da homeostase do organismo e a emissão de comportamentos. Estes são resultados da interação dos fatores genéticos com o ambiente, sofrendo modificações constantes, as quais resultam dos processos neurobiológicos que definem a aprendizagem. O aprendizado e a memória são divididos em dois tipos: o declarativo (explícito) e não declarativo (implícito). Esses dois tipos de aprendizado apresentam características, estruturas anatômicas e maneiras de aquisição distintas. O objetivo deste artigo é mostrar as diferenças entre os tipos de aprendizado e memória, enfocando o aprendizado motor.


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Sá, C. S., & Medalha, C. C. (2001). Aprendizagem e Memória: Contexto Motor. Revista Neurociências, 9(3), 103–110. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2001.v9.8913



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