A new study reports the effects of hormone therapy on a woman's memory and mental skills is negligible, regardless of how soon it is given to postmenopaual women.
A new study reports older adults exhibit greater eye movements, but this does not correlate with an increase in brain activity patterns. Researchers say, while the eyes and brain are taking in environmental information, the link to creating memories of what is seen weakens over a life time.
Adult born granule cells appear to play a key role in memory encoding, a new study reports.
Multi-tasking, and not the "doorway effect" may be responsible for why we sometimes forget the reason we enter into a room.
A new study reveals how a prion-like protein that is encoded by the TIA1 gene helps to regulate fear memories. TIA1, researchers report, may be a promising new target for the treatment of PTSD.
A new study reports people may lose awareness of their memory loss almost three years prior to Alzheimer's disease setting in.
While people with aphantasia lack visual imagery ability, they have intact spatial memory. Findings suggest mental imagery recall and spatial memory may be stored differently in the brain.
A new study reports on how a single instance of extreme stress can lead to long term neurological changes and trauma.
Suppressing TLR4 activity following a traumatic brain injury, such as concussion, reduces excitability, and improves working memory performance up-to a month later.