P300 brain waves may serve as markers to identify places, objects and other details a person recognizes in daily life, a new study reports.
For older adults, background music can interfere with memory recall tasks.
Could nose witnesses be just as reliable as eye witnesses when it comes to identifying criminals? A new study suggests they could be.
A new study reveals newly hatched ducklings can quickly acquire the concepts of 'same' and 'different'.
A new study links a person's visual long term memory to tracking how an object moves.