Tag: neurology

The Eyebleach Effect: Is Intentional Forgetting Possible?

Study shows how memories can be intentionally forgotten ...

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If You’d Like Less Brain Volume, Press the Red Button Now.

Neurologists suggest that poor physical fitness in middle age may be linked to a smaller brain size later on....

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Episodic or Semantic: What’s Your Memory Type?

New research shows that the tendency to remember episodic details versus facts is reflected in intrinsic brain patterns...

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How Does Your Brain Know it’s Summer?

The brain encodes seasonal changes in daylight duration through GABA activity along with changes in the amount of chloride located inside certain neurons....

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The Neural Pathway to Deep Sleep : Discovered

Scientists identify a calcium channel essential for deep sleep ...

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Learning, Memory, Mood: Different Neurons for Different Functions

University of Queensland researchers have identified two types of stem cells in the hippocampus, a region of the brain crucial for learning and memory....

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