An MIT study on how long-term memories are formed may shed light questions in Alzheimer's research.
Until now, the hippocampus in the brain has been linked to memory formation. Now, a study shows that a different part of the brain works in storing memories too.
Dogs rely on semantic memories in the same way that humans do. This is the kind of memory employed by humans in learning in school as well as in gathering facts about the world like recalling the names of American presidents.
A new study reveals that it is possible for plants to "reset" memories in order to support the procreation of its offspring.
Clenching your fists may help you get a better grip on memory, according to a new study.
It is no wonder that when you take care of some things, they last like your mobile phones, or your toy collection, or even your home decorations. The same goes for gardening. Sure, you probably started gardening as a hobby, or you've been talked into creating one. But in the long run, you'll know that it is a lifetime commitment.