Modern theories of learning and memory | Henry Molaison

Henry Molaison contributed in the formation of new theories on learning spectrum and human memory.


Henry Molaison (HM) was famous in neuroscience for the study of knowledge he provided about memory impairment and amnesia.

Henry Molaison

Henry was not a neuroscientist but a patient who contributed in the study of learning mechanism and memory formation.

It was thought that his exact brain surgery allowed a good understanding of how particular areas of brain may be linked to learning process and memory formation.

The process of managing memory in brain mechanism was hypothesized previously but it was not verified by the findings of Molaison’s memory loss and learning disabilities.

In this way, his case was taken to provide information about brain pathology and helped to form the theories of normal memory function.

Henry Molaison contributed in the formation of new theories on learning spectrum and human memory.

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