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GoCognitive provides free access to tools on cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Today's interview spotlight is on Robert A. Bjork. ... More>
Too often our memory starts acting like a particularly porous sieve: all the important fragments that should be caught and preserved somehow just disappear. So armed with pencils and bolstered by caffeine, legions of adults, especially older adults, tackle crossword puzzles, acrostics, Sudoku and a host of other activities designed to strengthen their flagging memory muscles. ... More>
A sample of exciting new research on memory recently published in Psychological Science. ... More>