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Microphotography of serotonin-producing neurons (in pink) in the mouse brain. CREDIT Matias, Lottem et al./CCU

Serotonin speed up the learning

Serotonin is one of the principal chemicals that nerve cells use to communicate with each other, and how it impacts behavior is still not...
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How do we lose memory? A STEP at a time, study say

In mice, rats, monkeys, and individuals, maturing can incur significant damage in cognitive function. Another examination by scientists at Yale and Université de Montréal...
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Anxiety disorders can help people to remember things

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness. Research into these disorders has shown that up to 1 in 4 adults will have an anxiety...
MIT neuroscientists have found evidence that the brain’s ability to control what it’s thinking about relies on low-frequency brain waves known as beta rhythms.

New study reveals how brain waves control working memory

MIT neuroscientists discovered evidence that the brain’s ability to control what it is thinking about, relies on low-frequency brain waves known as beta rhythms. This...
Reading Information Aloud to Yourself Improves Memory

Reading Information Aloud to Yourself Improves Memory

According to a new study, you are more likely to remember something if reading information aloud. The study suggests, speaking text aloud helps to get...
Now, It is Possible to Boost Human Memory

Now, It is Possible to Boost Human Memory

A memory is made by linking two or more of the 100 billion nerve cells in your brain. Your brain continues to develop neurons and...
New Insights into How the Brain Beats Distractions to Retain Working Memory

New Insights into How the Brain Beats Distractions to Retain Working Memory

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have recently discovered a mechanism that could explain how the brain retains working memory when faced...
MIT Neuroscientists Build Case for New Theory of Memory Formation

MIT Neuroscientists Build Case for New Theory of Memory Formation

Putting efforts towards revising memory models, MIT scientists proposed in a new study, in which they detailed how these silent engrams are formed and re-activated. Memory...
Brain Waves Reflect Different Types of Learning

Brain Waves Reflect Different Types of Learning

For the first ever time, scientists could potentially detect different types of learning by the brain-wave patterns. With the help of different neural signatures, scientists could...

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