Tag Archives: Recall

PhD Opportunity

We are seeking a UK/EU candidate for a PhD position in the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University to start before November 2016. The PhD will focus on Memory and Neurodegeneration, with the specific aim … Continue reading

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On the way out (part 1)

The input order of free recall has long been a subject of research in psychology (…). (I)tems presented at the beginning of the list (primacy) and items presented at the end of the list (recency) are remembered better than middle … Continue reading

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Memory and the brain

In my last post, I talked about the relationship between the mind and the brain in very general and abstract terms. This discussion was spawned by considerations upon the complex relationship between the size of the hippocampus (a brain region … Continue reading

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Survivin’

I have to apologise for all these one-word post titles. Clearly, my OCD is getting the better of me. Anyway, here’s another one. [I am pretty sure the photo credit goes to Nicholas Planet, film-maker extraordinaire – taken at Plum … Continue reading

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Podcast!

Hi, Dr Dan Clark and I put together this “beauty” of a podcast. Listen here, if you will.

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