Memory and Perception Library

  • The Handy Psychology Answer Book
    In The Handy Psychology Answer Book, Lisa J. Cohen, PhD endeavors to provide answers to approximately 1000 questions regarding the study of the human mind in an easy-to-read Q&A format. Dr. Cohen states that her ...
  • How to Analyze Your Dreams (And Why It’s Important)
    When people think about analyzing their dreams, they usually think of psychics with crystal balls, dream ...
  • End of the Trail
    Dan Rice is rather less famous than Michael Moore, Flint, Michigan’s other disgruntled native, but he’s less upset by what happened to his hometown while growing up. So, interspersed between chapters of the story ...
  • Pregnancy Does Not Diminish Brainpower
    Australian researchers have published evidence that so-called "baby brain" does not exist. Professor Helen Christensen and colleagues at the Australian National University examined the ...
  • Heart, Blood Pressure Medications and Dementia
    heart and blood pressure medications reduce dementia risk? Drugs for high blood pressure and heart disease have been linked to protection from Alzheimer's disease ...
  • Solutions for Common ADHD Symptoms
    Getting easily distracted and making hasty decisions makes accomplishing even the simplest tasks a challenge. For people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — ...
  • Doctors of Deception: What They Don’t Want You To Know about Shock Treatment
    Linda Andre’s Doctors of Deception: What They Don’t Want You To Know about Shock Treatment is a book that is impossible to ignore. The book was written by a shock treatment victim who lost ...
  • Will I Ever Be the Same Again? Transforming the Face of ECT (Shock Therapy)
    The basis for the scientific method and in many respects for common sense lies in the gathering of data that confirms or denies a hypothesis under question. Carol A. Kivler, in her book Will I Ever ...
  • Diet, Exercise Protect Brain in Later Life
    Research supports a healthy diet and moderate exercise for protection against cognitive decline and dementia. Results presented at last year's Alzheimer's ...
  • Memory and Mnemonic Devices
    Mnemonic devices are techniques a person can use to help them improve their ability to remember something. In other words, it's a memory technique to help your brain better encode and recall important information. It's ...

 

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