Some interesting findings on the interaction of memory reactivation and memory prioritization last weekend at the Fenway Psychology Research Conference (organized by Emmanuel College). Stay tuned to learn whether to-be-forgotten memories can be resurrected! From left to right: Matthew Agosto, Mady Thuyein, Zongheng Zhang, Zall Hirschstein, Noah Libby, and Luke Sandbank
MemLab at Society for Neuroscience!
Investigating the targeted reactivation of deprioritized memories has its perks! Here, lab manager Zall Hirschstein discusses the details of a recent experiment while wearing our collaborator Rythm’s “Dreem” EEG headband at the Hudson/Berkshire SfN chapter’s annual conference. He and fellow lab member Noah Libby spent their summer in the Bard Summer Research Institute working on developing […]
The Shadowy Side Effects of Maintaining a Spotless Mind
Could a hippocampal “suppression mode” yield unintended consequences while driving down memory lane? A recent publication reviews the evidence.