By Jon Hamilton
April 20, 2017
People with a brain injury or dementia often struggle to remember simple
things, like names or places. In research published Thursday in the journal
Current Biology, scientists have shown it may be possible to improve this
sort of memory using tiny pulses of electricity - if they're properly timed.
A typical person's ability to remember things tends to vary a lot, says
Michael Kahana, who directs the computational memory lab at the University