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Having a hard time remembering someone’s name or a phone number? It turns out that seeing is better than hearing when it comes to memory.
Keep this in mind: Scientists say they've learned how your brain plucks information out of working memory when you decide to act.
Bad news for those of us over the age of 25: a new study from the University of New Hampshire and the University of Aarhus suggests most people will have already made the most important memories of their lives by then.
Through an exploration of neuroscience and art, a Philadelphia based artist discovers the connection between memory and creativity and how everyone can benefit from tapping into this little-known
NT-020, a proprietary supplement including blueberries and green tea, improved cognitive processing speed in clinical trial participants without impaired memory
While we may like to think of our brains as a video camera that records events exactly as they happen, a new study from scientists at Northwestern University has found that the brain acts more like an editing studio, cutting and splicing past events based on present circumstances.
In the science magazine "Neuropsychologia" the psychologists write that attractive faces without particularly remarkable features leave much less distinctive impressions on the memory
Brain health supplement makers provide complimentary e-book filled with memory-making tips designed to make special occasions even more memorable. Madison, WI
Acuity Games is pleased to announce the creation of Total Recall, a memory game inspired by the standard Alzheimer’s MMSE examination. Pompton Plains, NJ (PRWEB)
- The analysis of literature, focusing on the words and grammar to the exclusion of context or literary merit.
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