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A time for memories: How the brain determines the timing at which neurons in specific areas fire to create memories

Neuroscientists have discovered how the brain determines the timing at which neurons in specific areas fire to create new memories. This research exploits the unique opportunity of recording multiple single-neurons in patients suffering from epilepsy refractory to medication that are implanted with intracranial electrodes for clinical reasons.
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