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IU study reveals rats have greater episodic memory than previously thought

(Indiana University) A new study by Indiana University researchers published in the journal Current Biology Sept. 29 suggests that rats exhibit much stronger episodic memory than previously thought. It is the first study to show that these animals can remember more than 30 events in context.
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