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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.

In this research on the brain, when do the scientists believe people learn causal relationships the fastest?


When the hippocampus enables incremental learning.


When people are less certain that one event caused another.


When people use their prefrontal cortex but not the hippocampus.


When the task people are learning has no uncertainty.

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