Learning, Memory and the Brain

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Can you can learn something without being able to remember that you remember it? New brain research sheds some light on the answer to that puzzler. Joe Palca leads a discussion on the issue.


Larry R. Squire, professor of psychiatry and neurosciences, University of California School of Medicine, San Diego; research career scientist, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, San Diego.



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