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Scholarly Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

OpinionOpen Access

Cognition and Comprehension in Students Learning Foreign Language

Volume 4 - Issue 2

Cecil Allen1* and Susan Thomas2

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    • 1Independent Researcher and English Instructor, Vietnam
    • 2Adjunct Associate Professor, RMIT University Vietnam, Vietnam & Professor Okanagan School of Business, Canada

    *Corresponding author: Cecil Allen, Independent Researcher and English Instructor, Vietnam

Received: June 01, 2020;   Published: June 09, 2020

DOI: 10.32474/SJPBS.2020.04.000181

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Learning is a mental feat that one must overcome especially with a subject that is difficult or if one dislikes. Learning a foreign language also presents its obstacles. Declarative memory and spatial recognition are the two types of memory recall within the hippocampus. Memory is a key aspect associated with language. As Instructors the delivery of materials and activities using short term memory stimulation is extremely important.

Keywords: Cognitive skills; Memory stimulation; Hippocampus; Foreign language; Activity-based learning

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