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Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience

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Mechanism through which sleep improves memory uncovered

New research reveals that autonomic nervous system activity during rapid eye movement sleep appears to play a key role in memory consolidation.

Dopamine, Obesity and Age Appear to Influence Preference For Sweet Foods

Researchers believe they might have identified a new abnormality in the relationship between dopamine and response to food in those with obesity.


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Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience

The Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience (UPiN) is an interdepartmental program which represents a collaboration between the Department of Psychology and the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB).