An increase in theta oscillations in the hippocampus help make learning and subsequent memory more efficient.
Objects are not only represented in one form of short term memory but in several forms simultaneously.
Receptor potentiation was observed when the antagonists bind to receptors that consist of different subunits, where it acts as a subunit.
Grid cell dysfunction in the entorhinal cortex may explain why people with a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease have problems with navigation.
The mood in which a baby is in when it learns new information plays a key role in their ability to recall information.
Repeatedly administered tactile simulation over a sustained period of time alters neural processing of the hand area in the brain. The observable changes over time illustrate neuroplasticity and shed new light on the process of learning.
Researchers proposed four criteria to understand and investigate animal belief systems. Findings suggest flexible behavior caused by belief is exhibited in the behavior of rats, chimpanzees, and dogs.
Prediction errors play a role in the context of dynamic perceptual events that take place within fractions of a second. Findings support the hypothesis that visual perception occurs as a result of a decision process.