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Pervasive Technology for Multimodal Human Memory Augmentation

Technology has long had an important role in supporting human memory. However, developments in pervasive computing are beginning to offer the potential to re-think and re-define how technology can augment human memory. Read more

EASTBIO Memory for 'warning' patterns: a link to specific neural excitation

Many animals exhibit ‘warning signals’, patterns that include high contrast, spots or stripes and vivid colours. Although this makes them easier to see, the patterns are thought to have evolved to deter predators, who recognise the patterns as being exhibited by animals who are unpalatable or poisonous. Read more

Leveraging and Enhancing Conversational Memory

Recent advances in the study of interpersonal memory (i.e., memory for conversations and past interactions with other people) have demonstrated how important it is to show others that you recall your time with them (Ray et. Read more

Improving memory for conversations in aging and its impact on relationships.

First research (Ray et. al, 2019) suggests that our ability to remember information about other people (i.e. interpersonal memory) has an impact on our relationships with them. Read more

Technology-driven Human Memory Degradation

For centuries, we have used a wide range of technologies, techniques and artefacts to augment our human memory, e.g. storytelling, to-do lists, diaries and photographs. Read more

Fluency and Context in Recognition Memory

This project relates to a sort of ‘memory illusion’. On a recognition memory test, increasing the perceptual fluency of a test cue increases the likelihood that the word will be endorsed as ‘familiar’, even if it hasn’t been seen in the study phase (and therefore should have been called ‘new’). Read more

Consequences of predictive language processing for learning and memory

Language arrives at a rate of 150-300 words per minute. a rapid input stream that needs to be decoded at high speed. There is now an emerging consensus that the input is to some extent predictable, and that the brain generates predictions about likely upcoming input, which may provide a head start on processing. Read more

Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories

The Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories (CMNH) exists to develop, focus and stimulate research concerned with the cultural significance of the past for our lived experience, social relationships, politics and identities in the present. Read more

Memory consolidation and forgetting: a role for recurrent spontaneous activity?

"Why do some memories stick with you for life while others are forgotten within seconds? We seek to understand the neuronal mechanisms underlying memory consolidation vs. Read more

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