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Research suggests that slow-wave, or deep, sleep may play a role in helping us learn the language rules that we don't think about consciously. ... More>
Age alters memory. But in what ways, and why? These questions comprise a vast puzzle for neurologists and psychologists. A new study looked at one puzzle piece: how older and younger adults encode and recall distracting, or irrelevant, information. The results, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association of Psychological Science, can help scientists better understand memory and aging.... More>