spatial memory


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spatial memory

The ability to recall three-dimensional objects or places, e.g., the location of an object in space, the position of one object in relation to another, or the correct path through a maze.
See also: memory
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These results suggested that treadmill exercise improved the spatial memory impairment in androgen-deficient rats by increase of testosterone and estradiol content in the hippocampus and exercise improved spatial memory function.
By looking at patterns on the brain scans, the scientists were able to read the spatial memory of the test subjects.
In the current study, scientists were interested in determining the effects of EGB761 on post-stress cognitive dysfunction, specifically spatial memory dysfunction.
2) Spatial Performance increases with Memory (High or Low) increasing spatial memory Capacity capacity.
The verbal memory span (Daneman & Carpenter, 1980) was developed to assess the storage component of verbal spatial memory.
Experimental evidence for spatial memory in foraging wild capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella.
Lead researcher Prof Robin Kanarek explains: ``Oatmeal's whole-grain, high-fibre and protein attributes are believed to be some of the primary factors in increasing spatial memory performance in young children.
The right temporal lobe is also involved in visual recognition and spatial memory, while the left is responsible for language.
connecting and composing an integral structure while at the same time exposing a permanent horizon of disconnection which paradoxically links significant places to the town; substantial points of history to spatial memory.
Each piece of content appears as a stretchable shape on the mural and can be layered or organized freely to leverage the brain's spatial memory.
Objective: "The hippocampus is an important structure for spatial memory in rodents and episodic memory in humans.

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