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Researchers Provide First Evidence For Learning Mechanism In Brain

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Researchers Provide First Evidence For Learning Mechanism In Brain

Finally confirming a fact that remained unproven for more than 30 years, researchers at MIT's Picower Institute for Learning and Memory report in the Aug. 25 issue of Science that certain key connections among neurons get stronger when we learn.
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