New York: Scientists have discovered that better coordination between two regions of the brain can boost memory. Their findings show that the better the coordination between hippocampus and left perirhinal cortex (LPRC) - two parts of the brain previously linked with memory formation - the less likely we are to forget newly obtained information. "When memories are supported by greater coordination between different parts of the brain, it`s a sign that they are going to last longer," said Lila Davachi, an associate professor in New York University`s Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science. It is commonly understood that the key to memory consolidation - the cementing of an experience or information in our brain - is signalling from the brain`s hippocampus across different cortical areas, researchers said.
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