THE CONVERSATION | A memory pill? Cognitive neuroscience’s contributions to the study of memory


Published: 22Jan2019

During the first weeks of the new year, resolutions are often accompanied by attempts to learn new behaviours that improve health. We hope that old bad habits will disappear and new healthy habits will become automatic. But how can our brain be reprogrammed to assure that a new health habit can be learned and retained? 

Article by By John Bergeron, Emeritus Robert Reford Professor and Professor of Medicine, McGill University

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