Activity in the hippocampus about one second before new words were presented correlated with better subsequent memory retention

Compelling new research, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is suggesting neuronal activity in the hippocampus prior to the delivery of new information can enhance subsequent memory formation. The discovery points to a kind of "encoding mode" the brain enters in order to learn new information more effectively.

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