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Forget Something? You’re Supposed To Do That
Forgetting things appears to be a productive process and not a passive loss of information.
Forget Something? You’re Supposed To Do That
Forget Something? You’re Supposed To Do That

Forgetting things appears to be a productive process and not a passive loss of information.

Forgetting things appears to be a productive process and not a passive loss of information.

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What Do New Neurons in the Brains of Adults Actually Do?
Ashley Yeager | May 1, 2020 | 10+ min read
Adult neurogenesis, already appreciated for its role in learning and memory, also participates in mental health and possibly even attention, new research suggests.
How Immune Cells Make the Brain Forget
Ashley Yeager | May 1, 2020 | 4 min read
Microglia ingest nerve cell connections, leading to the loss of information stored in neuronal circuits.
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