Researchers have discovered that fluctuating emotions elicited by music help form separate and durable memories.
These terrific and historic objects from the past are greater than mere add-ons.
The literature written today about the Nazi occupation is written by people who did not experience the war. How does that affect the stories?
Many of us spend our lives chasing ‘happiness’, a state of contentment that is more difficult for some to achieve than others.
- Family & Relationship
Valentine’s Day can be a trigger for memories of a relationship that has been lost.
How to erase bad memories? A strange question, isn’t it? Yet confusing.
Although 100 years ago may seem long distant, how can anyone forget World War I.
New research shows how the differences between how people reimagine common scenarios can be observed in brain activity and quantified.