Tag Archives: memory

How to remember for the future

Why, when packing for a holiday, does one thing end up left behind? For a simple task, it’s surprisingly easy to forget the suncream, spare socks or, if you’re unlucky, your passport. The way the brain works makes it much … Continue reading

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How physical exercise makes your brain work better

Read the article below to find out about the benefits of exercise in your brain. If adding exercise to your daily routine is proving difficult, hypnotherapy may be able to help boost your motivation. Mentally rehearsing your new, desired routine and … Continue reading

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Dreams and memory

What Is Dreaming and What Does It Tell Us about Memory? [Excerpt] Dreams may play a role in memory incorporation and influence our long-term moods, physiology and creativity Jul 18, 2014 |By Penelope A. Lewis “…One aim of neuroscience is … Continue reading

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Does Hypnosis Improve Memory?

“…Over the years many clients have come to me asking for hypnosis to find lost jewelry, valuable papers, or items that were simply misplaced. Most of the time I have been successful in helping these people retrieve their items. The … Continue reading

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The Neuroscience of Memory

Published on Mar 13, 2014, You Tube. Lecturing for the Royal Institution, Video found through the blog Tracing Knowledge. Eleanor Anne Maguire (born 1970)[1] FMedSci is an Irish neuroscientist at University College London.[9][10][11][12][13]  Fascinating  48min long lecture- as well as 10 min. of interesting questions and answers- about the brain, … Continue reading

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Scientists discover a new pathway for fear deep within the brain

“Cold Spring Harbor, NY – Fear is primal. In the wild, it serves as a protective mechanism, allowing animals to avoid predators or other perceived threats. For humans, fear is much more complex. A normal amount keeps us safe from danger. … Continue reading

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Perception and Awareness

“…Once rejected out of hand as too deeply embedded in psychoanalysis or other forms of pseudoscience, or at least as too vague to be scientifically useful, the notion of unconscious processing is now taken seriously by most researchers and theorists … Continue reading

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