- Deep sleep may be necessary to strengthen our immunological “memories” of viruses and bacteria and help our bodies recognize new infections.
- Scientists have pinpointed the gene behind panic disorder's hallmark fear-related memory production.
- Depression may problematize recognition by blurring past experience and conflating details, a new study has found.
- The brain can recognize favorable learning and designate positive memories, a new study suggests.
- According to new research crows and humans share the ability to recognize faces and associate them with negative or positive feelings.
- People often take up drinking to overcome or forget a traumatic experience. However, excessive drinking can rewire the brain and cause the opposite effect.