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Researchers reveal where memories of familiar places are stored in brain – The Tribune India

The scene-perception areas did not show the same enhancement when viewing familiar places.



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Washington, May 16
A new study from Dartmouth College reveals that three regions of the brain in the posterior cerebral cortex, which the researchers call ‘place-memory areas’, form a link between the brain’s perceptual and memory systems, which helps the brain to store in memories of familiar places.
The findings are published in Nature Communications.
“As we navigate our surroundings, information enters the visual cortex and somehow ends up as knowledge of where we are—the question is where this…

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