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