What Your Mother Did When She Was A Child May Have An Effect On Your Memory

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 - 12:21 in Psychology & Sociology

A study of brain function in young, memory-deficient mice reveals that a stimulating environment improves not only their memory but also the memory of their memory-deficient offspring. If this improvement also occurs in humans, a mother's youthful experiences may help shape her children's ability to learn.

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