Molecules, Systems, and Behavior: Another View of Memory Consolidation

@inproceedings{Bechtel2008MoleculesSA,
  title={Molecules, Systems, and Behavior: Another View of Memory Consolidation},
  author={William Bechtel},
  year={2008}
}
From its genesis in the 1960s, the focus of inquiry in neuroscience has been on the cellular and molecular processes underlying neural activity. In this pursuit neuroscience has been enormously successful. Like any successful scientific inquiry, initial successes have raised new questions that inspire ongoing research. While there is still much that is not known about the molecular processes in brains, a great deal of very important knowledge has been secured, especially in the last 50 years… CONTINUE READING

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