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Your Brain Probably Has a "Pokemon Region"

Video   May 23, 2019 | Original video from SciShow via YouTube

 

If you're a Pokémon super-fan seeing Detective Pikachu this weekend,  a little bit of your brain might light up that won’t light up in the brains of those that didn’t try to catch 'em all! Find out why that's important to understanding how our brains work, and the latest breakthrough in Alzheimer's research on this week's SciShow News!


 
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