Receptors Key to Strong Memories

When we create a memory, a pattern of connections forms between neurons in the brain. New work from UC Davis shows how these connections can be strengthened or weakened at a molecular level.

A Theory of Memory Formation

Researchers propose a new theory of memory formation, reporting memory storage does not rely on the strengthening of connection between memory cells, but on the pattern of connections that form within the first few minutes of an event.

Mechanisms of Change

Regular Department Mechanisms of Change The malleable, adaptive nature of our biopsycho selves   ‘We shall have to find a contact point with biology.’  Freud Freud’s assertion strikes a chord with many of us who accept the premise that we...