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Portrait of a Memory
Neuroscience

Portrait of a Memory

Researchers are painting intricate pictures of individual memories and learning how the brain works in the process

By Helen Shen and Nature magazine
Foresee and Forget: How to Remember the Future
Behavior & Society

Foresee and Forget: How to Remember the Future

Thanks to memory, we are able to recall the past. But we also need it to implement new ideas in the future

By Matthias Kliegel and Nicola Ballhausen
Brain "Pacemaker" Could Help You Remember Only What You Might Forget
Cognition

Brain "Pacemaker" Could Help You Remember Only What You Might Forget

An implant is the latest development in research on neural stimulation to boost cognition

By Dana G. Smith

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  • From the Editor

    Total Recall: The Latest Tools for Understanding How Memory Works

  • News

    Brain Implants for Mood Disorders Tested in People

  • Talking with--Not Just to--Kids Powers How They Learn Language

  • Getting to the Root of the Problem: Stem Cells Are Revealing New Secrets about Mental Illness

  • Getting the Inside Dope on Ketamine's Mysterious Ability to Rapidly Relieve Depression

  • Opinion

    To Combat Loneliness, Promote Social Health

  • What Makes Us Vibe?

  • What Is "Normal," Anyway?

  • The Case for the Self-Driven Child

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