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engram

[′en‚gram]
(neuroscience)
A memory imprint; the alteration that has occurred in nervous tissue as a result of an excitation from a stimulus, which hypothetically accounts for retention of that experience. Also known as memory trace.
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Roy et al., "Engrams and circuits crucial for systems consolidation of a memory," Science, vol.
Only the precise stimulation of engram cells was able to increase the number of spines and bring about the memory improvement in AD mice.
Objective Bull will follow the 12-mile road march, CSM Engram said.
In other words, far from being static engrams stored somewhere in our brains in whole-cloth, memories are bits and pieces, stored in multiple places, reassembled and filled out, as needed, to form a narrative.
Engram, 47, of East Hartford, Conn., charged with larceny under $250 and receiving stolen property under $250, continued to Jan.
They consider the interesting question of how regeneration of the procerebrum, under some circumstances, can restore an engram, when the locus of that engram is normally stored in the same neuroanatomical structure.
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G.O.D.: Allotropic/Metamorphic Genesis of Dismorphism [Century Media 8019, 2001]), Beherit (Engram [Spinefarm 352, 2009]), and Impaled Nazarene (Death Comes in 26 Carefully Selected Pieces: Live [The End 2172, 2005]).
In search of the engram. Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology, 4, 167-179.
Though they have a 1-2 record, there is precious little wrong with Seattle other than the fact they were missing their two best receivers (Deion Branch and Bobby Engram) heading into the season and then lost two more (Nate Burleson and Logan Payne) for the first two games.
Franklin Frazier's (1939) early study on African American family life was pivotal in the area of Black Family Studies, and he may have inadvertently laid the foundation (Karenga, 2002) for the pathologic/pathogenic school or what Valentine (1968) calls the "pejorative tradition." Also called the deficit perspective or "blaming-the-victim (vi)," this ideological perspective attributes the social ills afflicting racial minority and low-income groups to internal rather than external factors (Hill, 1993, Staples, 1971, Engram, 1982).
Q: Referencing Hubbard's theory on mental health, what is an 'abberation' and 'engram'?