affect memory

af·fect mem·o·ry

the emotional element recurring whenever a significant experience is recalled.

affect memory

a particular emotionally expressed feeling that recurs whenever a significant experience is recalled.
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Dementia is a collective name for progressive degenerative brain syndromes, which affect memory, thinking, behavior and emotion, said the psychiatrist.
Ask your veterinarian about these special diets around the age of 7, as that is when the dog's brain experiences changes that can affect memory, learning, awareness, and decision-making.
It is caused by a variety of brain illnesses that affect memory, thinking, behavior and the ability to perform everyday activities.
It doesn't just offer analysis, though: it pairs this with exercises and techniques that readers can use to more easily process and retrieve information, and it covers efforts, attitudes, and health issues that can affect memory and how thoughts are organized.
Research suggests it can even affect memory function, and make us more sensitive to physical pain.
There are a number of variables that will affect memory accuracy,'' Ms.
Understanding the relationship between motivation and memory could therefore stimulate new efforts to improve memory in the healthy elderly and to develop new approaches for treating patients with disorders that affect memory.
Washington, June 5 ( ANI ): A new research has found that high blood pressure in middle age plays a critical role in whether blood pressure in old age may affect memory and thinking.
Extreme sleep durations may adversely affect memory at older ages, regardless of whether they occur at mid-life or later-life.
Whether it's infancy or old age, the effects of poor sleep can profoundly affect memory, learning, creativity, productivity, emotional stability and your physical health.
In addition, lack of sleep can invite many mental problems, including depression and affect memory and concentration.
She reviews Alzheimer's disease and its symptoms and stages, then describes the steps of the method; common communication problems associated with Alzheimer's and how the method addresses them; research on brain physiology and how it processes memory, how to stimulate various regions, and how depression, emotions, and stress can affect memory and cognitive functioning; and how the method relates to research on learning and intelligence, specifically Benjamin Bloom's six levels of learning and Howard Gardner's seven learning styles, and how it stimulates different types of learners.