Washington: A team of neuroscientists have found a key to reducing the forgetfulness of people.The study was conducted at New York University by Lila Davachi, an associate professor in NYU`s Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science, and Kaia Vilberg, now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Texas` Center for Vital Longevity and School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences in Dallas.Davachi said that when memories are supported by greater coordination between different parts of the brain, it`s a sign that they are going to last longer.It is commonly understood that the key to memory consolidation-the cementing of an experience or information in our brain-is signaling from the brain`s hippocampus across different cortical areas. Moreover, it has been hypothesized, but never proven, that the greater the distribution of signaling, the stronger the memory takes hold in our brain.
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