Vinyl records and cassette tapes, the parties that went with them, and other hedonistic pleasures from our youth can form a big part of our identity years later.
Memories of our carefree youth help form our identity today. But memories are selective. So, were we really as wild as we think we were?
Brain connections determine whether you remember the wind in your hair or who was prime minister.
Neuroscientists have struggled to explain whether certain types of memory involve distinct parts of the brain. Now a study suggests it's mainly down to pathways in the brain's white matter.
Our sense of self is grounded in our memories, but recalling these details is harder for people with autism.
Men and women experience autism differently, which shows something revealing about where autistic characteristics may come from.
Writer Thomas Wolfe is played by Jude Law in ‘Genius.’
The president of the Thomas Wolfe Society explains why Law had his work cut out for him when he agreed to portray a man who was "a hydroelectric plant of emotion."
Research shows that our memories are not direct representations of past occurrences.
Memory is an essential part of our existence. Who we are, what we know and what we think can all be derived from our ability…
No one has a perfect memory.
“Time is the thief of memory,” wrote Stephen King in one of his many books. For some people, however, that is not true. They…