2.1 How Memories are Formed and Lost: Vocabulary Review
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Match the key words to their definitions.
to lose freshness or brilliance of color
to cause something or someone to change in form or character
two areas in the brain which are involved in processing memory
a place in your nervous system where nerve cells can communicate with each other
a chemical that carries messages between neurons or between neurons and muscles
to return something, especially if it is not easy to find
the action or process of becoming less good in quality, functioning, or condition
the cause of something bad happening
the feeling that a situation is so bad that nothing you can do will change it