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Monterey :: TN :: USA | 2 months ago

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The results suggest a cheeky answer to the question posed by comedian Richard Pryor: "Who you gonna believe: me, or your lyin' eyes?"...The brain behind our eyes can distort reality or verify it, based on subsequent experience. And somewhat

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Santa Barbara :: CA :: USA | 9 months ago

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Trying to explain riding a bike is difficult because it is an implicit memory. The body knows what to do, but thinking about the process can often interfere. Taraz Lee The body knows what to do, but thinking about the process can often interfere. So

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Edinburgh :: United Kingdom | over 1 year ago

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Forget brain-training exercises, 12-hour shifts and those long, uninterrupted, caffeine-fueled study binges. When you really need new information to sink in, you can't skimp on taking breaks, new research suggests. That's the message from a study by

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Islamabad :: Pakistan | over 1 year ago

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Have you ever had one of those experiences when you recognize someone's face, but are unable to recall their name? Neuroscientists at the University of Bristol have identified the reasons behind why we are, at times, unable to link a face to a name.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | almost 2 years ago

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How to Give People the Feeling of Deja Vu You've probably experienced the sensation of deja vu that eerie sense that you get when you know you have seen or done something before, even if you couldn't have. It's the closest we can come to experiencing

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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The brain's long-term memory allows us to hold onto experiences long after we initially encountered them. But short-term memory is a more fleeting and mysterious phenomenon, allowing us to hang onto a thought only until we're distracted by something

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London :: United Kingdom | over 2 years ago

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Now scientists have identified why we are often unable to link a face with a name. We stand a much better chance of remembering a name if we have extra clues as to where, or when, we first encountered the person, researchers from the University of

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New Haven :: CT :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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May 31 2011 One of the primary intellectual themes of modern skepticism is that we need to understand the brain as a tool for gathering, processing, and storing information. The brain is a powerful, but extremely flawed, instrument subject to

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Mumbai :: India | almost 3 years ago

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A psychologist has carried out a test to discover how people learn and remember in groups. Suparna Rajaram, a psychology professor at Stony Brook University, began to specialise in "collaborative memory". Some findings in the field of collaborative

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London :: United Kingdom | almost 3 years ago

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Elephants never forget, so the saying goes, and monkeys have good memories too, suggests new research. Monkeys can recollect what they've seen, according to the study which offers some of the first clear evidence that, like humans, they have the

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