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How Brain Waves Guide Memory Formation

The hippocampus and prefrontal cortex use two different brain wave frequencies to communicate when the brain learns to associate unrelated objects, a new study reports.
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Learning with All the Senses

A new study reports it is easier to learn vocabulary if the brain can link the word with different sensory perceptions.
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Learning Without Conflict

Researchers have developed a mathematical equation which explains how equilibrium is achieved by two forms of synaptic plasticity during learning.