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We May Have Found Neurons That Help the Human Brain Encode Time

News   Mar 14, 2019 | Original Press Release from the University of Toronto Scarborough

 
Hippocampal Neurons May Help the Brain Encode Time

PhD candidate Sathesan Thavabalasingam (left), Associate Professor Andy Lee (centre) and postdoc Edward O'Neil (right) have published a study that looks at how the brain processes time information when forming a long-term memory. Credit: U of T Scarborough

 
 
 

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