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Interested in the history of psychology? Check out this series of 5-minute history videos! Today's video features James McConnell, who found a chemical basis for memory by studying worms.
Pretty fascinating. Too bad that there wasn't more evidence of continued behavior patterns like those called "cannibal" flatworms. It would be great if we could transfer knowledge through diet.
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