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Learn about topics like plasticity, memory, and brain development from the researchers who study them in this video series.
  • Mindyerbrain
Try out a memory boosting technique called mnemonics with this hands-on activity.
  • Scientific American
This site provides information on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the many ways that it can affect cognition.
  • BrainLine
Science writer Bruce Lieberman asked questions about memory and the brain of two leading researchers in the field: Bradford Dickerson and Mayank Mehta.
  • The Kavli Foundation
  • 50 min
The brain has complex architecture crucial to our thoughts and memories.
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A song can remind you of an event that happened many years ago. Learn about the processes of memory and watch as a woman remembers her first date.
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  • 5 min
This tiny pond snail is teaching researchers about the changes that take place in the brain when long-term memories form.
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I’ve been reflecting on issues of Personal Identity; last month I wrote a blog post on this. On Saturday evening I rented Memento (2000) and watched for the second and third times. This remarkable film features adventure, mystery, human drama, and fascinating movie technique.
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Ever had the experience of smelling something and then being automatically transported back in time? It’s as though your olfactory sense is the “on” switch to your memories.
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Neuroscientist Neil Burgess studies the neural mechanisms that map the space around us, and how they link to memory and imagination.
  • TED
Learn how alcohol and nicotine affect the brain, and why they are illegal for children and teens in this series of lesson plans.
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse
We’ve all experienced this: hearing a song triggers a memory.
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