Latest Semantic memory Stories
A new study provides evidence that one important part of memory undergoes substantial development even after the age of 7.
A new study suggests that people on the road to Alzheimer’s may actually have problems early on in processing semantic or knowledge-based information, which could have much broader implications
People who study or treat Alzheimer's disease and its earliest clinical stage, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), have focused attention on the obvious short-term memory problems.
Humans move between ‘patches’ in their memory using the same strategy as bees flitting between flowers for pollen or birds searching among bushes for berries.
Memory is not a single process but is made up of several sub-processes relying on different areas of the brain.
The capacity to remember that a zebra has stripes, or that a giraffe is a four-legged mammal, is known as semantic memory.
UniversitÃ© de MontrÃ©al research on semantic memory.
We have all had the embarrassing experience of seeing an acquaintance in an unfamiliar setting.
A new study published in the medical journal Neurology suggests that impaired kidney function is a risk factor for cognitive decline in old age.
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