Unexpected Brain Strategy Links Two Events Separated by Time
Unexpected Brain Strategy Links Two Events Separated by Time
A new study in mice does not find evidence supporting two popular ideas for the mechanism for bridging the temporal time gap between two paired stimuli.
Unexpected Brain Strategy Links Two Events Separated by Time
Unexpected Brain Strategy Links Two Events Separated by Time

A new study in mice does not find evidence supporting two popular ideas for the mechanism for bridging the temporal time gap between two paired stimuli.

A new study in mice does not find evidence supporting two popular ideas for the mechanism for bridging the temporal time gap between two paired stimuli.

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How Manipulating Rodent Memories Can Elucidate Neurological Function
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How Mice Forget to Be Afraid
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Infographic: Messing with a Mouse’s Memory
Infographic: Messing with a Mouse’s Memory
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Image of the Day: Synchronized Neurons
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Defeating Fear Depends on Amygdala Suppression
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Researchers determine the neurological mechanics underpinning a technique to extinguish fearful memories using goal-directed eye movements.
Genetic Repression Boosts Memory
Genetic Repression Boosts Memory
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Expression or translation of some genes must be turned off in the mouse hippocampus for memories to form.