Episodic Learning


Episodic Learning (or Inductive Learning) is Learning by remembering sequences of events that one has witnessed or experienced (Evidence).

Episodic Learning is linear and orderly.

Episodic Learning is a change in behavior that occurs as a result of an event.

For example, a fear of dogs that follows being bitten by a dog is Episodic Learning.

Human Learning#

Episodic Learning is so named because events are recorded into Episodic Memory, which is one of the three forms of explicit learning and retrieval, along with Perceptual Memory and Semantic Memory.

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