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The Perks of Being Detail Oriented

How we remember where we have left something may depend on the way we process our surrounding environments. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring maternal buffering and affect regulation in children, working memory training in older adults, and depression trajectories among patients recovering from a heart attack. ... More>


Let the Body Rest, for the Sake of the Brain


Memrise Prize Aimed at Spurring Innovations in Language Learning

The Memrise Prize is designed to motivate the development of innovative memory strategies. ... More>


Memory Research Offers Clues to Preventing Human Error

New research looking at multitasking and memory in air traffic controllers finds potential solutions for reducing human error in fast-paced workplaces. ... More>