Children form memories way earlier than we once thought. Here's why that matters, especially now.
We talked to scientists who study the way our memory works — and they were both sympathetic and reassuring.
The phenomenon is the opposite of déjà vu and can be quite disorienting in the moment.
Core memories aren't a real clinical concept, but there are things that fuel the creation of defining life events and experiences.
The brain changes that new parents undergo are much more complex than a misplaced set of keys.
Our senses can take us a long way.
And no, it's not as straightforward as 'trauma'.
You're not alone in your momentary amnesia.
Always losing your keys or forgetting what you were going to say? This is what might be affecting your memory.
Scientists have found the magic number of hours your brain needs a night.