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Experiences Shape How We Learn

News   Jul 24, 2018 | Original Story by Andy Fell for UC Davis

 
How Experience Changes Basics of Memory Formation

Neurons that are part of an existing memory network stain fluorescent green in this image of part of the mouse brain, the hippocampus. New research adds to our understanding of how memories of similar but distinct events can build on each other. Credit: Brian Wiltgen/UC Davis

 
 
 

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