Memory and learning

Begin of page section: Contents:

The continued vanishing of unskilled labor in the modern world puts an ever-growing demand on our ability to learn new skills and facts. Although the ability to learn is a built-in fundamental property of neural networks, the full range of human learning and memory depends on a complex network of divers neural structures. Optimizing learning speed and memory performance therefore presupposes a deeper understanding of this complex network. We currently investigate learning and memory over the life-span in several domains, ranging from motor learning to learning in mathematics and language.

End of this page section.
Go to overview of page sections.

Begin of page section:

Contact

Head
Universitaetsplatz 2/DG8010 Graz

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Psych. Dr. Anja Ischebeck
+43 (0)316 380 - 5118

Contact

Office
Universitaetsplatz 2/DG8010 Graz

Christina Eder
+43 (0)316 380 - 8541

End of this page section.
Go to overview of page sections.