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Jul 12, 2010, 5:01pm Top

The search for the neurophysiological basis of memory has been heating up for the last several years and I have just enjoyed reading Terry McDermott's 101 Theory Drive which really brings this area alive. Have any of you read this book? If so, what do you think of Gary Lynch's research on LTP?

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