A new study reports older adults who improved their fitness through moderate intensity exercise increased cortical thickness.
Researchers have identified a neural process which could help restore lost memories and bury bad memories.
According to a new study, a good night's sleep can help people recall facts they were unable to remember prior to taking a nap.
For older adults, background music can interfere with memory recall tasks.
Researchers discover that while repetition enhances the factual content of memories, it also reduces the amount of details stored.
Working with patients with electrodes implanted in their brains, researchers show that areas of the brain work simultaneously to recall memories. The approach promises new insights into how we remember details of time and place.