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memory

Experiments Reveal How a Circuit 'Resets' When the Brain Learns to Respond to New Conditions
Some people are better than others at adapting to new situations, but the ability to rapidly adopt new courses of... Read More
Experiments in Rodents Suggest Feasibility of Modifying or Erasing Traumatic Fear Memories
Researchers led by BBRF Scientific Council member and 2017 Distinguished Investigator Stephen Maren, Ph.D. , report they have demonstrated in... Read More
Researchers Explore Whether L-DOPA Can Help PTSD Patients Learn to Extinguish Fear Memories
A team of researchers has reported progress in testing a new approach involving the dopamine system that they hope may... Read More
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Diagnosing bipolar disorder can be difficult. While it is not hard to distinguish between its two characteristic phases—the high spirits... Read More
Is Reversing Age-Related Memory Loss Possible? Boosting Levels of a Protein Found in Bones and Brain Suggest a Possible Method
Two things that we often associate with the normal human aging process are bone loss and memory loss. In a... Read More