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Scientists Unveil the ‘Face’ of a New Memory

A century-old dream of neuroscientists to visualize a memory has been fulfilled, as University of California, Irvine researchers, using newly developing microscopic techniques, have captured first-time images of the changes in brain cell connections following a common form of learning.

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Adults with Learning Disabilities: The Discouraging Results

The number of reports on the status of adults with learning disabilities has increased considerably in recent years. Typically, researchers have asked adults with learning disabilities to describe their occupational, social, educational, and/or emotional status.

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Rodin, Patton, Edison, Wilson, Einstein: Were They Really Learning Disabled?

It has become fashionable to apply a variety of diagnostic labels to famous individuals who were not so diagnosed during their lifetime.

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