The course discuss different theories of memory in order to develop deep and broad understanding of various shapes how memory could be conceptualised. Neuroscience of memory focus on investigating the biological mechanisms of memory in animal models. Experimental psychology reveals correspondence between results from animal studies and primates brain functioning. More broadly, psychology develops new memory models which question the general division between declarative and procedural memory. Furthermore, computational models of learning, when applied to brain functioning, reveal new direction for studying memory processes. The course discuss research from various fields in order to draw similarities and distinctions between various sub-disciplines.