Eleven maps for eleven rooms: Probing the brain’s extensive capacity for storing memories

The brain creates and stores memories in small networks of brain cells, with the memories of events and places stored in a structure called the hippocampus. Researchers have long wondered if there is an upper limit to our capacity to store memories and how we manage to remember so many events without mixing up events that are very similar. —> Read More Here


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