ATLANTA—Using imagery is an effective way to improve memory and decrease certain types of false memories, according to researchers at Georgia State University.
Their study examined how creating images affected the ability to accurately recall conceptually related word lists as well as rhyming word lists. People who were instructed to create images of the… more »
ATLANTA–Adults who have been blind since birth use gestures similar to those used by sighted adults speaking the same language, despite never having seen these gestures as children, a researcher at Georgia State University and her colleagues have found.
ATLANTA—Genetics and specific brain regions are linked to sex differences in chimpanzees’ scratching behavior, a common indicator of anxiety in humans and others primates, according to a research study led by Georgia State University that shows chimpanzees can be models of human mental illness.
The researchers investigated genetic and neuroanatomical links to individual variation… more »