According to a new study, two parts of the hippocampus work together to identify is a stimulus is novel or familiar.
In order to make informed choices, rats replay past experiences, a new study reports.
New findings about neurodevelopment could have implications for drug development.
Researchers report the mediodorsal thalamus plays a key role in rapidly updating information as we learn.
Taking photos can positively affect how people enjoy experiences, a new study reports.
Researchers report we make up our minds about others after seeing their faces for a fraction of a second, and that these snap judgments, which are usually incorrect, predict economic, legal, voting and other decisions.
According to a new study, people show similar brain activity when they share an experience and later go on to speak about their memory.
A new study reveals those with a better working memory tend to get bored of experiences more quickly. The study could have implications for consumers and marketers in maintaining interest in their products.
A new study from NYU reveals how our brains organize experiences based on their similarities.