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Implicit Learning

Recent research findings have indicated that the human brain has two different learning domains: Implict and Explicit.  The implicit domain involves the motor, perceptual and abstract thinking and reasoning skills with learning occurring without a person’s awareness even after a stroke or severe traumatic brain injury.  It is theorized that the implicit learning domain forms the foundation for all purposeful …

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Implicit Explicit Learning

After serious head injury, survivors may still be able to learn without awareness, via different brain structures New research gives hope for innovative rehabilitation WASHINGTON — Severe closed-head injury (CHI), like that caused in a car accident, can impair the ability for purposeful learning, for example in school or on the job. However, there is cause for hope: Psychologists have …

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