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By Jerome Groopman – It turns out that our records of life experiences are gradually transformed into a more permanent form in which they are relatively stable.
Neuroscientists use the term “consolidation” to describe these post-experience processes of memory stabilization. Consolidation involves reorganization of the brain both at the level of synapses—the connections between nerve cells—and at the level of brain regions. Within hours, consolidation at synapses is complete, with changes in…
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