Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Stressful situations increase the chances of a “door effect” (Photo: Tânia Rêgo / Agência Brasil) Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term created by the professor of psychology and cognitive sciences at … Read more

Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term coined by Tom Stafford, professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield in Great Britain. He considers that memory literally fails when … Read more

Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term coined by Tom Stafford, professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield in Great Britain. He considers that memory literally fails when … Read more

Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Photo: Freepik Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term coined by Tom Stafford, professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield in Great Britain. He considers that memory literally … Read more

Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term coined by Tom Stafford, professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield in Great Britain. He considers that memory literally fails when … Read more

Memory lapses may not mean mental illness, says psychiatrist

Who has never been in the situation of when entering another environment forgetting what they were going to do there? This memory lapse is called the “door effect”, a term coined by Tom Stafford, professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield in Great Britain. He considers that memory literally fails when … Read more

Digital Radio Frequency Memory Market Rising Share and Driving Factor for Overall Development [2022-2032]

Global Digital Radio Frequency Memory Market report consists of a significant data that provides future forecast and detailed analysis on a global and regional level. The report is very useful in evaluating brand awareness, market landscape, possible future issues, industry trends and customer behavior with which superior business strategies can be set. Digital Radio Frequency Memory … Read more

Patricia Kelly: “I Love Knowing That The Memory Of Gene Kelly Lives On”

On the occasion of the release of “Singing in the rain” and the broadcast of “A summer with Gene Kelly” on France Musique, we met Patricia, his last wife. She received us in her house in Los Angeles, a veritable cave of treasures dedicated to the man she loved so much. Paris Match. Where does … Read more