Cognitive Skills and Deficits



Forgetful? You May Be Losing More Than Just Your Memory

Older adults who complain their "mind is going" may be losing a part of their brain along with their memory, according to a study published in Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

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How to Improve Your Child’s Long-term Memory

In order to learn, a person must be able to store something that he has perceived, to recall later. Man's ability to remember or to recall to memory makes learning possible. Seven types of memory play an indispensable role in the reading process.

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Juggle for a Bigger Brain

It's no longer just a party trick. Juggling, and probably other visual skills that take time to master, increase the size of your brain. That’s the conclusion of German researchers, which throws down the gauntlet to the mainstream view that the size of the adult brain does not change at all except when it is confronted by ageing or disease.

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