A Tiny Pulse Of Electricity Can Help The Brain Form Lasting Memories

(By Jon Hamilton for NPR)

A little electrical brain stimulation can go a long way in boosting memory.

The key is to deliver a tiny pulse of electricity to exactly the right place at exactly the right moment, a team reports in Tuesday’s Nature Communications.

“We saw a 15 percent improvement in memory,” says Michael Kahana, a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and an author of the study. Continue reading article here…

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