The Brain ‘Rotates’ Memories to Save Them From New Sensations | Quanta Magazine

Research in mice shows that neural representations of sensory information get rotated 90 degrees to transform them into memories. In this orthogonal arrangement, the memories and sensations do not interfere with one another.

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