Clinical Psychology

Why Do Some Memories of Distant Events Seem Like Ages Ago While Others Seem Like Yesterday?

Graham Fawcett
Neuropsychology

1-Minute Exposure to Monochromatic Light Modifies Neural Connections

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Neuropsychology

‘Zone of Uncertainty’ in the Brain Influences Its Ability to Form New Memories

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Health & Wellness

Blood Pressure Drug Holds Promise for Treating PTSD

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Neuropsychology

New Research Explores How the Brain Stores Remote Fear Memory

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Mental Health

How Can You Improve Your Memory? Here’s How You Can Stay Sharp

Professor Nigel MacLennan
Developmental Psychology

Supplemental Food Programme Can Help Boost Your Memory, Reveals New Study

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Neuropsychology

Gene Involved in Neuronal Structure and Function May Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease

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Neuropsychology

Your Mind Wanders Because Your Brain Whispers

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Cyberpsychology & Technology

Using Smartphones Could Help Improve Memory Skills

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Mental Health

Facing Your Trauma Can Be the Best Way to Heal from It

Anna Drescher
Health & Wellness

Greater Body Fat a Risk Factor for Reduced Thinking and Memory Ability

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Health & Wellness

How Does the Brain Process New Information

Dennis Relojo-Howell
Cognitive Psychology

An Element of Surprise Is the Recipe for Creating False Memories, Reveals New Study

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Cognitive Psychology

How Can a Protein Help Us Remember? New Research Reveals Biochemistry ofLong-Term Memory

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