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Learning and Memory

Author(s): David M. Eagleman, PhD
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The brain stores and recalls information by literally changing its structure. Memories become a part of our neural networks and provide a context from which new memories and connections can form.

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Funded by the following grant(s)

National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH

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The Learning Brain: Interactive Inquiry for Teachers and Students
Grant Number: 5R25DA033006


Science Education Partnership Award, NIH

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 Filling the Gaps: K-6 Science/Health Education
Grant Number: 5R25RR013454


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