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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
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A new study has looked at the differences between nightmares and bad dreams and found that fear does not always play a major role in either type of unpleasant dream.
For our brain, animate and inanimate objects belong to different categories and any information about them is stored and processed by different networks.
Memories are the way that infants learn new information, however, few adults can remember events that occurred before the age of three. According to a new study from Emory University psychologists, these early memories fade around age seven in a phenomenon known as "childhood amnesia."
People have a distance at which they are best able to judge depth.
A new study shows that the human mind can perceive change without knowing exactly what has changed, evidence against the existence of extrasensory perception (ESP), also known as a sixth sense.
While caffeinated beverages such as coffee and tea are commonly consumed by people looking for an early morning energy boost, new research appearing in the journal Nature Neuroscience suggests that they could also serve as a memory enhancer.
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