Poldrack study published in Science
Posted: September 17, 2010
The work of Dr. Russell Poldrack and researchers from USC and Beijing Normal University has been published online in the journal Science. The findings explain why we don't always remember what we've studied. The chances for remembering are greater if the pattern of activity in the brain stays the same each time the information is studied.
PDF of article in Science | Poldrack Web Page
Read articles about this research:
A Memory Aid: Consistent Brain Patterns (US News & World Report)
Consistent brain activities boost memory--study (The Med Guru)
Consistent brain activity allow people remember faces, words effectively (Thaindian News)