Understanding Memory

A common misconception of what memory is, is that the mind has the ability to make a photograph of experiences. In fact memory is more than what we consciously recall about events from the past. It is the way past events affect future functions. The brain is composed of spider web neural networks that fires patterns, called a neural net profile. When the neurons in our brain make connections,...
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Life after Stroke

The infant brain has an overabundance of neurons with few synaptic connections at birth. The brain learns from implicit memory, which is the first impressions a baby has from the first day of his life and those remain available to us throughout our lives. Implicit memory happens automatically. The baby does not say “O yes, I remember that toy, it made a loud noise before, it might happen...
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