Cognitive learning paper This mini-paper should demonstrate your understanding and critical thinking about cognitive learning. You will need to discuss a minimum of 3 main ideas you identified in the readings with a focus on the different types of memory, forgetting, and remembering. How have the methods of early biological & behavioral learning impacted our understanding and study of memory? If early researchers had had a better understanding of brain function, do you think this would have changed their research? Is learning more nature (biological/cognitive) or nurture (behavioral/social)? Explain and defend your stance with examples from your readings. Use your weekly notes for reference. You will also need to provide an original example or application of this theory of learning. The example should anecdotally demonstrate the concepts OR you can choose to discuss an application of the concept (a way it could be used) that is NOT addressed in the textbook. These writing assignments must be in APA format. This includes a cover page, proper headers, titles, citations, references, and proper APA style (no first person* except personal examples; no passive voice, correct grammar, etc.).These mini-papers should demonstrate your understanding and critical thinking about the topics in the assigned chapters. You must cite your textbook as a source, as well as any additional sources YOU find. You may NOT cite a source your textbook cites as yours UNLESS you get the original paper your text cites. See APA guidelines for proper secondary source citation. You will need to discuss a minimum of 3 main ideas you identified in the readings. Use your notes for reference. You will also need to provide an original example or application for each of the 3 main ideas you choose to discuss. These can not be the ones provided in the textbook. Your examples can, and should, come from personal experience. The examples should anecdotally demonstrate the concept in your main idea OR you can choose to discuss an application of theconcept (a way it could be used)that is NOT addressed in the textbook. *You may use first person in communicating your example ONLY.