• Spontaneous changes in synapses and their dendritic spines helps explain neuroplasticity.

The Neuroscience of Learning & Memory: Part III

Hi again. I’m David Handel, MD. I practiced medical imaging for over 30 years using tools like CT scans, MRIs and PET scans to study the brain. I retired from [...]
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  • Smart dog knows not to mess with a skunk

The Neuroscience of Learning & Memory: Part II

Hi, I’m David Handel, MD, retired radiologist and cofounder of iDoRecall.com. This is Part II of our series on the neuroscience of learning and and memory. In Part I, we […]

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  • Cerebral cortex functional areas.

The Neuroscience of Learning & Memory: Part I

Hi, I’m David Handel, MD. I spent over 30 years as a practicing physician and radiologist, interpreting CT scans, MRIs and PET scans of the brain. I am totally blown […]

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  • The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve.

Join Us on Our Mission

Most of us—students and lifelong learners—have to deal with a troubling fact: we quickly lose the ability to access and recall a vast amount of newly-learned material. It really sucks […]

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