Concept learning is few Shot scaffolding supported by working memory

Concept learning might be described as the process of constructively scaffolding a relative conceptual structure. Initially, related concepts are elevated in working memory, similar to fluid search output. Then, the novel concept is sustained in a stasis, while the relations to the previous concepts are set in place. After a short while, structural changes start to reflect the internalization of the new concept, which is likely already located in the same neural space.