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Infantile Amnesia The birth of new hippocampal neurons may help explain infantile amnesia - the fact that adults can't remember experiences from before age 3. Lots of new neurons get added to hippocampal circuitry at that age, disrupting existing connections and causing us to forget experiences.

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