Surgery pushed memory’s buttons by accident
Boston Globe, February 4, 2008
When surgeons implanted electrodes in his brain, the 50-year-old man was suddenly transported to a moment three decades earlier. He was in a park with friends, and could see the clothes they were wearing and what the weather was like. The discovery was an accident, but the team hopes it might lead to better care for patients with memory disturbances.
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