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Posts from ‘January, 2014’

The Older Mind May Just Be a Fuller Mind

The Older Mind May Just Be a Fuller Mind by Benedict Carey, The New York Times, January 27, 2014 An article in Topics in Cognitive Science challenges the notion of cognitive decline with aging. It may be that older people are storing more information from their experience and accumulated knowledge so they remember less from […]

Goodnight. Sleep Clean.

Goodnight. Sleep Clean. By Maria Konnikova, The New York Times, January 11, 2014 This article posits that sleep not only is essential in consolidating memories, it is may be crucial in the physiological maintenance of our brains.

Weed: Been There. Done That.

Weed: Been There. Done That. by David Brooks, The New York Times, January 2, 2014 It is one thing for kids to experiment with marijuana, but it’s something else for it to be legal for adults to use anywhere, everywhere. David Brooks opines that legalizing marijuana encourages people to find their pleasure in getting stoned […]