Issue Date: December 7, 2015 | Web Date: December 2, 2015
Small Molecule Improves Learning In Healthy People
We learn from experience: It sounds like a trite sentiment posted by a friend on Facebook, but neuroscientists would agree. Our interactions with the world around us strengthen and weaken the connections between our neurons, a process that neuroscientists consider to be the cellular mechanism of learning.
Now researchers report that boosting signaling of a certain receptor in the brain with a small molecule can enhance . . .
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