Examining the Memory Process We take a look inside the brain, to where memories are formed. Scientists believe they may have found the brain's storehouse of certain chemicals involved in the memory process.
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We take a look inside the brain, to where memories are formed. Scientists believe they may have found the brain's storehouse of certain chemicals involved in the memory process.

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Julie Kauer, associate professor of medical science. Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology, Brown University