SIG 2 Perspectives Vol. 24, No. 2, April 2014
This issue of Perspectives discusses how multiple memory systems—including declarative, working memory, and nondeclarative—support language processing and communication. In addition, nondeclarative memory has been shown to support motor skill learning. This issue also addresses the neurobiology of memory systems as it relates to language and motor skill learning.
You will be able to:
- define declarative memory
- describe the hallmark processing features of the hippocampal declarative memory system
- describe how the declarative memory system supports common ground in communication
- describe the range of disruptions in language and communication that can arise as a consequence of memory impairment when working with clients with disorders in memory and learning
- describe the neurobiological systems involved in nondeclarative motor skill learning
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