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Hungry Again? Your Memory May Be to Blame

Hungry Again? Your Memory May Be to Blame | Psychology Research Victor | Scoop.it
Hunger would seem to be a fairly straightforward instinct: Depending on how much you eat, you either will or you won't be hungry afterward. As it turns out, our relationship to food may not be so simple.

A new study, published this week in the journal PLoS ONE, adds a new wrinkle by suggesting our short-term memory also may play a role in appetite. Several hours after a meal, the study authors found, people’s hunger levels were predicted not by how much they’d eaten, but rather by how much food they’d seen in front of them—in other words, how much they remembered eating.

 


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Maintain Your Memory With Brain Fitness Games

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

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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.

Niah Janae Patterson's curator insight, March 15, 2013 10:03 AM

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

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JOB: Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine [Louisiana]

JOB: Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine [Louisiana] | Psychology Research Victor | Scoop.it
The Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine is to develop, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive sports medical program for University intercollegiate sports.

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How Digital Music Technology May Improve Your Memory - Edudemic

How Digital Music Technology May Improve Your Memory - Edudemic | Psychology Research Victor | Scoop.it
A digital music technology company hopes its efforts could help you retain and even clarify memories as you grow older. An exciting prospect for us all!

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Christina Doshim's curator insight, March 18, 2013 9:47 AM

I think that music is a great way to improve memory, because its something that people can be interested in and you can relate it to so many things. In the article it was talking about how if you go on a cross country road trip and you keep hearing the same song on the radio it can create a memory of when you were on the road trip. if people listen to music all the time and make relations to important things that your doing i think it can improve your memory significantly.

Alexx Castro's curator insight, October 8, 2013 11:25 AM

This topic is extremely interesting, talking about how music can trigger the brain to remember a certain memory. After taking my pyschology of play class in full sail I remember learning about how the brain can remember certain things if music or other items are taken into play. This article has certainly taught me something new about this topic.

breezecardshawty's curator insight, October 10, 2013 11:48 AM

I feel this is a great read because I can relate and also agree to what's being said.

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Soccer Injuries: The Psychological Response | STACK

Soccer Injuries: The Psychological Response | STACK | Psychology Research Victor | Scoop.it
Individual responses to injury vary among soccer players, but they tend to go through three stages. Sports psychologists can help.

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Meet highlights the need for specialists in sports medicine [India]

Meet highlights the need for specialists in sports medicine [India] | Psychology Research Victor | Scoop.it
COIMBATORE: If sports in the country has to progress we need more specialists in sports medicine, according to Narain Karthikeyan. The champion formula one racer was addressing the inaugural...

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