Creating False Memories: Video lay summary

Medicine and Health Sciences: Neuroscience


Title of lay summary Creating False Memories: Video lay summary
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Dr Anja Harrison

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Title of the original peer-reviewed published article: Identification and optogenetic manipulation of memory engrams in the hippocampus
Journal Name: Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience
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Year of publication: 2014

Steve Ramirez

Susumu Tonegawa

Xu Liu

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Article Type: Narrative review
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