Researchers Discover How the Human Brain Separates, Stores, and Retrieves Memori

  • Researchers Discover How the Human Brain Separates, Stores, and Retrieves Memori

    Posted by metta on March 8, 2022 at 5:21 pm

    Researchers Discover How the Human Brain Separates, Stores, and Retrieves Memories


    Researchers have identified two types of cells in our brains that are involved in organizing discrete memories based on when they occurred.

    One group, called “boundary cells” became more active in response to either a soft or hard boundary. A second group, referred to as “event cells” responded only to hard boundaries. This led to the theory that the creation of a new memory occurs when there is a peak in the activity of both boundary and event cells, which is something that only occurs following a hard boundary.


    https://scitechdaily.com/researchers-discover-how-the-human-brain-separates-stores-and-retrieves-memories/

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