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Oops! Researchers Find Neural Signature for Mistake Correction

Culminating an 8 year search, researchers captured an elusive brain signal underlying memory transfer and, in doing so, pinpointed the first neural circuit for "oops" -- the precise moment when one becomes consciously aware of a self-made mistake and takes corrective action. The findings verified a 20 year old hypothesis on how brain areas communicate. 
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