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Our Declarative Memory Depends on Conscious Knowledge

News   Jan 02, 2019 | Original Press Release from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

 
New Insights on How Memory Works

Drs. Christine Smith and Larry Squire study memory and learning. On the shelf behind Squire is a replica of a sea horse. The brain’s hippocampus—crucial in memory—is named based on the ancient Greek term for sea horse. Credit: Dr. Christine Smith)

 
 
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