Toronto: Formation of new neurons in the hippocampus - a brain region known for its importance in learning and remembering - may be the reason why we have no memories from our earliest years, scientists claim.Researchers have long known of the phenomenon of infantile amnesia. This refers to the absence of long-term memory of events occurring within the first 2-3 years of life, and little long-term memories for events occurring until about 7 years of age.
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