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New Theory May Explain Where Old Memories Go
The explanation by researchers from Johns Hopkins University "rests on the premise that memories are transformed each time we revisit them. ... Every reactivation re-encodes the memory, and depending on what cortical neurons are engaged, can strengthen, weaken or update particular memory features." Scientific American 10/15/13
Posted October 18, 2013 12:56 AM




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