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Mice Swimming Experiment

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Uploaded on Apr 21, 2009

This video show the final stage of a land mark experiment that showed that mice that exercised had more neurons in the hippocampus, and as a result performed a learning and memory task better than mice that were assigned to the control group which sat in lab cages, or mice that lived in cages with mazes and toys. The conclusion was that mice that exercised have more neurons, learn better and have better memories.

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