Study addresses the question of whether a forgotten memory is entirely lost or if it just becomes fuzzier over time.
Microglia, key immune cells in the brain, may play a significant role in memory retention.
Dissociative disorders affect 10-11% of people at some point in their life. Dissociation is often the result of a traumatic event and can lead to emotional numbness. The condition is often comorbid with other mental health disorders. However, dissociative disorders are often overlooked. A new paper explores the phenomena of dissociation and calls for more understanding of the condition.
Machine learning algorithms were able to distinguish, with 73% accuracy, neurobiological differences between those with dissociative identity disorder and those without the condition.
A new study reports blueberry vinegar could be effective in restoring memory to mice suffering from induced amnesia. Researchers note, that while further testing needs to be completed, the fermented product could help restore cognitive function to those with dementia and age related cognitive decline.
Researchers reveal a helpful strategy to help those with cognitive problems to improve their memory.
Researchers report amnesia caused by cannabinoids relies on the activation of the CB1 receptor in mitochondria in the hippocampus.
A new study looks at the origin of why people believe a secondary head trauma could cure amnesia.
For families of those with Alzheimer's disease, it's the changes in behavior and not loss of memory which makes those close say the patient isn't the same person any more.
Researchers have identified a neural process which could help restore lost memories and bury bad memories.