Editor’s Selections: How neurons “know” not to connect to themselves

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By Dave Munger

smalldaveDave Munger selects several notable posts each week from psychology and neuroscience. He blogs at Cognitive Daily and has a weekly column on SEEDMAGAZINE.COM.

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2 Responses to “Editor’s Selections: How neurons “know” not to connect to themselves”

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