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Kumar Narayanan

The Neurological Scratchpad: Looking Into Working Memory

Learn how current researchers are developing insights about the components of working memory, and what this might mean for our understanding of how we think and learn. “Four-Nine-Seven, Oh-Two-Five-Four. Got it?” “Sure. See you later!” As soon as I hung… Continue Reading →

Paralysis, Memory and Learning: Do Our Bodies Hold the Promise of Regeneration?

Every year, television advertising during the Super Bowl serves as a pointer to what Americans are thinking about. One of the more memorable ads from this year’s game featured a computer-generated version of actor Christopher Reeve rising unsteadily from his… Continue Reading →

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