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The secret of humans long-term memory, new research

The secret of humans long-term memory, new research

eLearningworld News After 30-year of research, John Lisman, Zalman Abraham Kekst Chair in Neuroscience and Professor of Biology, Brandeis University, has discovered the molecule that stores long-term memories. The research study presented  in the online edition of Neuron is seen as a major breakthrough as it solves one of the oldest mysteries of neuroscience on how the brain creates and retain memories. And as it opens up several new interesting direction for further research. “Just… Continue reading

Latest News: New Study shows the Magic behind Memory and Learning

Latest News: New Study shows the Magic behind Memory and Learning

eLearningworld News from US Neuroscience and psychology research is brought together in a new study from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) on how sleep is affecting the memory. The result of the study shows that there are compelling evidence to support the model that sleep reduces the forgetting signal in the brain. Deeper sleep levels make dopamine neurons become less reactive to stimuli and this leads to more stable memories, which… Continue reading