Latest News

Memories of errors foster faster learning

Using a deceptively simple set of experiments, researchers have learned why people learn an identical or similar task faster the second, third and subsequent time around. The reason: They are aided not only by memories of how to perform the task, but also by memories of the errors made the first time.
View full story

Post your comment.

Name:
Email:
Rating:
Comment:
Verification
 

  • Low-frequency deep brain stimulation improves difficult-to-treat Parkinson's symptoms

  • Fluorescent dyes 'light up' brain cancer cells

  • Some traumatic brain injury treatments are ineffective, research finds

  • Key discovery to preventing blindness, stroke devastation

  • Treating Cerebral Malaria: New Molecular Target Identified

  • Obesity, diabetes symptoms in mice improved by reversing brain inflammation

  • Outbreak of rare respiratory virus could be linked with paralysis in 12 Colorado children

  • Novel eye-tracking technology detects concussions, head injury severity

  • Beer compound could help fend off Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases

  • Why upper motor neurons degenerate in ALS

  •