Keep losing your keys? Frequently forget to keep appointments? Can never find your shopping list? If this sounds like you, don’t despair. Madeleine Jennings reveals how memory works and ways to improve yours.
Our ability to think and make memories is dependent on healthy brain function. There are three basic parts to the brain: the cerebrum, the cerebellum and the brain stem. Each has a specific function and the largest and most complex of these, the cerebrum, controls our ability to acquire, deposit, store and recall information.
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