Declarative and Procedural Learning in Parkinson's Disease Patients Having Tremor or Bradykinesia as the Predominant Symptom

@article{Vakil1998DeclarativeAP,
  title={Declarative and Procedural Learning in Parkinson's Disease Patients Having Tremor or Bradykinesia as the Predominant Symptom},
  author={Eli Vakil and Sigal Herishanu-Naaman},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1998},
  volume={34},
  pages={611-620}
}
The distinction between procedural and declarative memory is widely accepted in the memory literature. Converging evidence makes a strong case that the medial aspects of the temporal lobes and the diencephalon subserve the declarative memory system. However, the neuroanatomy of procedural memory is much less clear. In animal studies, damage to the basal ganglia has been found to affect procedural memory, but studies of patients suffering from degenerative diseases of the basal ganglia (e.g… CONTINUE READING

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