A faultily formed memory sounds like hitting random notes on a keyboard while a proper one sounds more like a song, scientists say.
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Thirteen years ago, an article in this journal first reported that the anesthetic medication, ketamine, showed evidence of producing rapid antidepressant effects in depressed patients who had not responded to prior treatments. ...
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