Long Term Potentiation

Long Term Potentiation (LTP) is the persistent strengthening of synapses between neurons that is required for learning new things and retaining what we learned. If Long Term Potentiation does not occur, you won’t remember what you have learned. But the reason why route memorization or the act or remembering help you to retain knowledge is because you are stimulating the same neuron connections that are tied to that piece of knowledge.

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