A new paper published this month in the journal Cell describes an unexpected finding about memory. Researchers used to think that memory required specific activity from the same brain cells over time. This new result shows something different. Check out the infographic to learn more!
Laura N. Driscoll, Noah L. Pettit, and Matthias Minderer, et al. (2017). Dynamic Reorganization of Neuronal Activity Patterns in Parietal Cortex, Cell.
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