Scientists wrest partial control of a memory

ScienceDaily: PTSD News

Scientists wrest partial control of a memory
Scientists have successfully harnessed neurons in mouse brains, allowing them to at least partially control a specific memory. Researchers have known for decades that stimulating various regions of the brain can trigger behaviors and even memories. But understanding the way these brain functions develop and occur normally — effectively how we become who we are — has been a much more complex goal.
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