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Temporary Brain Changes Lead to Accelerated Learning 140

Posted by samzenpus
from the I-know-kung-fu dept.
An anonymous reader writes "In an advance that could help the treatment of learning impairments, strokes, tinnitus and chronic pain, UT Dallas researchers have found that stimulating nerves in the brain accelerates learning in laboratory tests. When the juice was turned off, researchers monitoring brain activity in rats found that brain responses eventually returned to their pre-stimulation state — but the animals kept the ability to perform their newly learned tasks."
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Temporary Brain Changes Lead to Accelerated Learning

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