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In-Sync Brain Waves Hold Memory of Objects Just Seen, University of Montana Study



11/5/2012 8:01:22 AM

The brain holds in mind what has just been seen by synchronizing brain waves in a working memory circuit, an animal study supported by the National Institutes of Health suggests. The more in-sync such electrical signals of neurons were in two key hubs of the circuit, the more those cells held the short-term memory of a just-seen object.

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