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Brain Region Helps Us Get Around in Familiar Places

News   Apr 02, 2019 | Original story from UCL

 
Brain Region Helps Us Get Around in Familiar Places

The research team worked with students from UCL and Imperial College London. The students’ brain activity was monitored as they navigated a simulation of their own familiar campus and the other university’s campus, which was ‘newly learned’ days before. Credit: Dr Zita Patai

 
 
 

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