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Horsdal brings a focus to how the concept of the dynamic brain and the detection of synaptic changes and neurogenesis throughout life have a profound impact on our understanding of our learning lives. We learn throughout life and from life through our encounters and interactions with our social environment, and in this process our brains (and our selves) change as we
learn.Horsdal explores and discusses these implications for the concept of learning (implicit as well as explicit learning), and the significance of remembering and forgetting, the interplay of emotions and the conditions of social participation is emphasised from a learning theoretical perspective. It is well known that narratives play a central role in learning.