Jogging One’s Memory on the Importance of a Little Thing Called Sleep

Sleep is not just a delectable topic in regards to the satisfaction that comes from resting, it's also vital for proper brain functioning. In this post I'd like to jog my own memory (and yours) and talk a little about how sleep is crucial for protecting those irreplacable memories we treasure most. Go ahead and click!


How Memories Are Made

Our memory is not only in charge of amalgamating and condensing information, but also encoding the sensory information we receive and retrieving the very information that is stored for later use. In this post I'll give a brief review of memory, the amazing structure that is the hippocampus, and developments in neuroimaging techniques. Go ahead and click!

Accepting the Changes We Don’t Ask For

The changes that are most difficult to accept are often those we never asked for nor desired. As humans we often overestimate the stability of our current moment in life, leading us to feel overwhelmed. Gathering some fascinating ideas from Dan Gilbert's "end of history illusion" and social comparison theory, in this post I'll examine how perception goes hand in hand with accepting the changes we don't ask for. Go ahead and click!