A new study reports that when someone tries to remember one aspect of an event, the representation of the entire event can be activated in the brain.
Researchers discover how CPEB3 works inside neurons to maintain long-term memories.
According to a new study, cortisol strengthens traumatic memories, both when the memory is formed and when it is reconsolidated.
Neurons change their firing properties at the exact moment new memories are formed, researchers report.
According to a new study, sleep deprivation could prevent people who have experienced a traumatic event from consolidating the negative memories.
A new study reports that, in some cases, miRNAs can increase memory, and in others, decrease memory.
A new study sheds light on how memory can remain efficient despite neural decline associated with aging.
Researchers report rats simulate journeys to areas they have not been able to reach while at rest.
A new study questions standing theories on how the brain absorbs and processes information.
A new neuroimaging study provides clues about trauma memory and how it is processed in the brain.
A new study confirms that synapses between hippocampal neurons remain for the duration of an episodic memory.
A new study reports on the anatomic reason why long term musical memory often stays intact for Alzheimer's patients.