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Definition: Procedural Learning

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Procedural learning is the formation of procedural (or non-declarative) memories, which are acquired and retrieved unconsciously.

Which of the following does NOT belong to procedural memory?

A

Motor skills.

B

Daily episodes.

C

Associations.

D

Puzzle-solving skills.