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eReflect, the developers of Ultimate Memory™ software, announced today that new research on memory formation and activity gives hope that retrieval of lost memories might be possible in the
Milaa upcoming event on July 13 2013 seeks to enrich children's foundation (auditory and visual memory) for language skills and capacity to sequence through interactive story theater.
Just as exercise and lifting weights can be used to boost the body’s strength, playing video games can train the brain to make better and faster decisions based on visual input.
The developers at eReflect, the company behind noted self-paced learning software Ultimate Memory™, announced today the importance of a Drexel research study on memory formation.
Omega-3's like Omega XL may help with memory and thinking processes. Hollywood, FL (PRWEB) June 10, 2013 A new research report published in Neurology
Scientists have proven that people use a different part of the brain to learn about social hierarchies than the part normally used for processing other types of information.
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore has found that people who can’t see their errors when performing a physical task will lose that skill, not because the brain forgets, but because it has selected an inadequate technique.
New research from McMaster University suggests women can remember faces better than men, in part because they spend more time studying features without even knowing it, and a technique researchers say can help improve anyone's memories.
In the brain, cell-to-cell communication is dependent on neurotransmitters, chemicals that aid the transfer of information between neurons. Several proteins have the ability to modify the production of these chemicals by either increasing or decreasing their amount, or promoting or preventing their secretion.
Dopamine, the mood-enhancing hormone, might help give a memory boost, eReflect creator of Ultimate Memory™ announced today.
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