Total Sleep Deprivation & Cerebral Response

Research Paper Title Neural correlates of dynamic changes in working memory performance during one night of sleep deprivation. Background Total sleep deprivation (TSD) is common in modern society leading to deterioration of multiple aspects of cognition. Dynamic interaction effect of circadian rhythmicity and homeostatic sleep pressure on sustained attention have been intensively investigated, while how… Read More

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The Best Ways to Memorise New Information for Students

College students today deal with many problems: essay writing, plagiarism, lack of time, the overabundance of homework, or exams just to name a few. However, although one can say anything about how difficult it is to write all the assignments you are given, education has always been and still is primarily about learning and memorising… Read More

The Benefits of Eating Pumpkins

1. Great Source Of Fibre Pumpkins are an excellent fibre source, with around 3 grams in 1 cup (225 grams). Including more fibre in your diet can help you to feel fuller for longer, which can help to stop you from snacking between meals. Some of the other known benefits of more fibre in your… Read More

Ways to Preserve Your Achievements Through Memorabilia

Having the urge to store away things that remind us of a specific event, occurrence or milestone is something that is universally relatable; because there’s not a person on the planet that does not associate some object or another with an event that is close to their heart and takes them back to a well-kept… Read More

Can Regular Fitness Help to Clear Your Mind for Studying?

Physical activity and exercises are recommended by doctors, physicians and medical representatives for a reason. To be more precise, for a whole list of reasons. However, even though physical activity has numerous benefits in regards to our health, many are wondering whether it actually affects our brain and the way we think, process information and… Read More

Erm … Can Exercise during Childhood Protect you against Memory Loss many Decades Later?

“CAN exercise during childhood protect you against memory loss many decades later? Exercise early in life seems to have lifelong benefits for the brain, in rats at least. “This is an animal study, but it indicates that physical activity at a young age is very important – not just for development, but for the whole lifelong trajectory of… Read More

Military Aircrew & High Altitude Hypoxia Training … erm … Remembering Stuff!

Research Paper Title Mechanisms of Memory Dysfunction during High Altitude Hypoxia Training in Military Aircrew. Background Cognitive dysfunction from high altitude exposure is a major cause of civilian and military air disasters. Pilot training improves recognition of the early symptoms of altitude exposure so that countermeasures may be taken before loss of consciousness. Little is… Read More