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Study Reports People with Memory Loss Retain Emotion After Memory of Event Is Gone by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 12:00am Those of us who have watched people with memory loss suffer emotionally for reasons we can’t comprehend can feel helpless. We want to comfort our loved ones but we don’t even know what they are suffering from. Something is going on in their minds, but exactly what? What can we do to help? Read more on emotions and memory: ... Read on »
womens nike free 3.0 v4indeed emotionally memory is wiped away by adds350 Posted Tue 05 Feb 2013 6:39am  When the two come to an end,  womens nike free 3.0 v4 indeed emotionally, memory is wiped away, like the shadow, no matter where it tight with the.Love to go, meaning bulk, the heart has been broken, my heart still exist independently. Regardless of wind or rain, my heart is still soaking into the blood. Who did not in the past, who did not hurt d ... Read on »
Negative Emotions and Memory by Bill Klemm Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 20 May 2009 1:24pm I have a big section in my memory book on the interference with memory formation caused by negative emotions. I have seen first hand how emotional crises cause the grades of college students to plummet. Whenever a good student suddenly starts making poor grades, I know this student has recently had an emotional trauma. Common problems for college ... Read on »
Music Stirs the Emotions. Emotions Stir the Memories by Bill Klemm Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 21 Nov 2009 10:02pm Numerous anecdotal reports are suggesting that stroke or dementia patients benefit from listening to music. For example, Everett Dixon, a 28-yearold stroke victim, apparently learned to walk and use his hands again from daily listening to the kind of music he liked. Ann Povodator, an 85 year-old Alzheimer's patient, perks up when she listens to ... Read on »
Music Stirs the Emotions. Emotions Stir the Memories by Bill Klemm Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 21 Nov 2009 10:02pm Numerous anecdotal reports are suggesting that stroke or dementia patients benefit from listening to music. For example, Everett Dixon, a 28-yearold stroke victim, apparently learned to walk and use his hands again from daily listening to the kind of music he liked. Ann Povodator, an 85 year-old Alzheimer's patient, perks up when she listens to ... Read on »
Patients with amnesia still feel emotions, despite memory loss by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Apr 2010 7:02am A new University of Iowa study offers some good news for caregivers and loved ones of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Patients might forget a joke or a meaningful conversation but even so, the warm feelings associated with the experience can stick around and boost their mood. For the study, published this week in the Early Edition o ... Read on »
6 Emotions Make Beautiful Memories by Eva Z. Facebook Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 6:06am When I returned from Canada a little over a week ago, I brought my Mom back to stay with me for a couple of months.  She is 86 and basically in good health.  Unlike my father, she has no dementia.  She has some hearing loss and her balance is not as good as it could be, but no major illnesses. What I noticed though, after just a couple of ... Read on »
Brain fitness class’ monthly Q&A: Memory, stress, emotions, and more by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 30 Oct 2012 5:46pm Registered participants in the new e-course How to Be Your Own Brain Fitness Coach can take part in a monthly online Q&A session to discuss progress and open questions with the course faculty and with fellow participants. Below is the transcript of the October 30th Q&A session, lightly edited and anonymized. Course Faculty (or F): OK, we ... Read on »
Current versus Memory-Triggered Emotions by eatnormalnow Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Jul 2013 8:41am Clients sometimes get confused when I encourage them to experience all their emotions, yet unconsciously discourage them from dwelling on feelings that trickle up unbidden from the past. This advice is a bit confusing, I admit. So, let me explain. There’s a difference, at times obvious and at times subtle, between emotions that spring f ... Read on »
Working memory training can improve emotional regulation and behavioral health by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 20 Mar 2013 11:57am Mastering emotions by sharpening memory? It just might work  (Los Angeles Times): “Emotional regulation — the ability to take negative feelings and recognize, accept and channel them properly — is an Achilles’ heel for many people, but especially for those with anxiety-related disorders, eating disorders and some personality disorders. It ... Read on »