[Solved] Lashley Was Incorrect in His Assumption That

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 Lashley was incorrect in his assumption that

A) parts of the cortex were equivalent in their contributions to learning and memory.
B) large lesions affect learned behavior more than small lesions.
C) memories are stored in one specific location in the cortex.
D) size and location of lesions have equal impacts on learned behavior.

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