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 Alzheimer's Disease:  What exactly is response learning?

What exactly is response learning?

This kind of memory is made from previous habits and patterns. For example, the skills developed from muscle memory, like biking or swimming, are stored inside the caudate nucleus of the striatum. Dr. West says this kind of learning is known as response learning. Players who use response learning tend to focus on learned habits rather than new information to navigate in their games.