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MRI photo of human brain
26
Sep

Sudden Memory Loss

When people think about sudden memory loss, they tend to associate the symptom with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or old age. But symptoms of both dementia and…

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A book with multiple subject to memorize
20
Mar

Effective Memorization Techniques That Actually Work

One of the most remarkable things about the human brain is the fact that it does not lose the information that it has stored – once…

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Techniques for retaining info
22
Feb

How to Retain Information

We are flooded with new information on a constant basis — all of the sights, sounds, and smells and sensory inputs that we find in our…

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Selective Attention
05
Feb

Selective Attention – What You Need to Know

When we are paying attention to something, we often do so to the exclusion of everything else. Think about when you go food shopping. You have…

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07
Jan

Good Study Habits Anyone Can Use

Whether you are a freshman in high school getting ready for your first set of finals or a graduate student with 16 years of learning under…

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Amnesia picture
26
Dec

Transient Global Amnesia

Transient global amnesia is a frightening and sudden loss of memory. The condition goes away almost as quickly as it appears: it lasts less than a…

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