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Smell and Memory: Old Feelings in a New Place | Psychology Today

RT @DrEscotet: Smell and Memory: Old Feelings in a New Place - #Neuroscience via Psychology Today – http://t.co/GXIungs0

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Bilingual children have better memories - The British Psychological Society

Babble Bilingual children have better memories The British Psychological Society Published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, the study included a sample of bilingual children aged five to seven and discovered the more difficult the...
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They most likely have better memory because their minds were trained to remember more from a very young age.

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Brains are different in people with highly superior autobiographical memory

Brains are different in people with highly superior autobiographical memory | Niah's Psychology Research | Scoop.it
Scientists have discovered intriguing differences in the brains and mental processes of an extraordinary group of people who can effortlessly recall every moment of their lives since about age 10.
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Memory and Recall in Education

Memory and Recall in Education | Niah's Psychology Research | Scoop.it
Memory and recall is a big part of psychology today. It can be defined as the process by which information is encoded, stored and retrieved; as part of the information processing perspective. Encod...

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Zinc found critical within the brain to improve memory and cognition

Zinc found critical within the brain to improve memory and cognition | Niah's Psychology Research | Scoop.it
Zinc found critical within the brain to improve memory and cognition (Zinc found critical within the brain to improve memory and cognition: http://t.co/zcpwMC1Y9Q)...
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Maintain Your Memory With Brain Fitness Games

Maintain Your Memory With Brain Fitness Games | Niah's Psychology Research | Scoop.it
Check out some brain fitness games that workout synapses to improve memory, attention span, focus and concentration.

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It's great to exercise your brain especially to gain a better memory.

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Don Dea's curator insight, March 14, 2013 12:19 AM

Using mobile devices as a stand-in for everyday cognitive functions has become commonplace. Unfortunately, however, playing several daily rounds of Words With Friends isn't going to cut it. But brain training games can help you work out those synapses to improve memory, attention span, focus and concentration.