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SDSU neuroscientist explores how the brain works to retrieve correct word from memory

21:39 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | News-Medical.net

When you look at a picture of a mug, the neurons that store your memory of what a mug is begin firing. But it's not a pinpoint process; a host of neurons that code for related ideas and items--bowl, coffee, spoon, plate, breakfast--are activated as well.

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