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02 Apr 2019 10:30 PM | CSWA Administrator (Administrator)

It was once thought that once the brain locked synapses around an event, it was forever forged. Research being done at this time is suggesting that new experiences that are paradoxical to the original memory can actually unseat a reaction, creating a new learning. Read on for a case description of this fascinating process.

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