• The science behind "familiar smells:" How odors affect memory formation in the brain

    2 monthes ago - By Natural News

    The processes by which the brain learns new things and stores memories respond to input from the senses. German researchers have recently reported that scent processing might affect the brain's memory centers. Their study covered the piriform cortex. This region of the olfactory brain interprets smells picked up by the nose's olfactory receptors. The Ruhr...
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