May 01, 2009  NaveenPandey

Learning and Memory

 Learning is the process by which we acquire knowledge about the world, while memory is the process by which that knowledge is encoded, stored, and later retrieved. Memory involves both functional and structural changes at synapses in the circuits participating in a learning task.

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TheFFM said:

Do you work in the field of learning and memory? Please tell us more about your research.

Posted on May 01, 2009 03:19 PM
Monu said:

Learning and Memory is one of the frontier fields of research in neurosciences that is having lots of scope for degenerative disorders (e.g. AD). If possible please put some light on the recent discoveries in this field.

Posted on May 02, 2009 02:25 PM

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