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Memory of last meal influences when, how much rats eat next
Men and women remember pain differently: Strength of finding confirmed by replication of results in mice and men
Surprise discovery reveals second visual system in mouse cerebral cortex: Research challenges 75-year-old dogma of mammalian vision
Study yields new insight on how memory works
Breast cancer drug given to thousands affects brain function
How clear speech equates to clear memory: Researchers find that a speaker’s clearly articulated style can improve a listener’s memory of what was said
How clear speech equates to clear memory
Stressed out? Study suggests it may affect memory, brain size in middle age
New definition returns meaning to information
Bride claims brain infection wiped memory, changed personality
Even mild physical activity immediately improves memory function: Now you just need to remember to exercise!
Health Tip: Help Support Memory With These Foods
Hypertension drugs could prevent memory loss in lupus patients, study suggests
Why the effects of a boozy binge could last longer than you think
Can You Take a Drug to Make You Like the Guy From 'Limitless'?
Working memory might be more flexible than previously thought
Learning to ask older adults better questions about their memory
How does attention impact false memory susceptibility?
Brain game doesn’t offer brain gain
Ever wonder why certain smells take you down memory lane?
Your Earliest Memory Probably Never Happened
Bridging the gap between human memory and perception
Broken shuttle may interfere with learning in major brain disorders
Forgetting may help improve memory and learning
Success is not just how you play your cards, but how you play your opponents: Study on high-stakes poker reveals how people process information in many settings
Spatial memory patterns mapped
Thorny life of new-born neurons: Repeated stimulation enlarges dendritic spines
Mice move through the virtual world of a video game and provide insight into the mechanisms of memory formation
Social ties could preserve memory, slow brain aging
Self-consistency influences how we make decisions