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Memory consolidation

Memory consolidation is a molecular process by which long-term conductivity of synapses is affected. Memory consolidation occurs after training or a single exposition to a stimulus-response pair[?]. Memory re-consolidation occurs upon review or repetition of the learned material. Maximum consolidation with minimum time investment is achieved by means of spaced repetition

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