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How One Shot Learning Unfolds in the Brain, Janelle Weaver
These scientists research how two parts of the brain help a person learn quickly.

Weaver, Janelle. "How One-Shot Learning Unfolds in the Brain." PLoS Biology 13.4 (2015). Public Library of Science. Web. 11 Nov. 2016.

Based on paragraph 5, lines 43 to 53, which of the following best explains the relationship between the hippocampus and the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in one-shot learning?


Uncertainty causes the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex to turn on the hippocampus during incremental learning.


The hippocampus becomes active for one-shot learning when the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex experiences uncertainty and switches on the hippocampus.


The hippocampus is directly involved in one-shot learning, but the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex is only involved in incremental learning.


The ventrolateral prefrontal cortex works with the hippocampus to increase both incremental and one-shot learning.

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