Category Archives: memory

PTSD Awareness Day: The Future of Treatment

Post-traumatic stress order affects approximately 7.7 million adults in the United States, but it is critical to remember that there are effective treatments and more are on the way. Last year in this space, Dana Alliance member Kerry Ressler said … Continue reading

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Staying Sharp Mandarin Inspires More Events

Public engagement continues to be a crucial part of the Dana Foundation’s mission. Dana’s public outreach arm, the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives (DABI) shares information about the brain through programs like Brain Awareness Week, Lending Library, and Staying Sharp. … Continue reading

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Developing Smarter Students

Have you ever thought you knew something, then tried to explain it to someone else and realized you didn’t? Researchers call this the illusion of explanatory depth: We humans think we understand the world better than we really do. This … Continue reading

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Staying Sharp Upcoming Events

We have back-to-back weekends of Staying Sharp starting this Saturday, May 10, in Queens, New York, and then the following Saturday in Tallahassee, Florida. The forums are close to each other on the calendar, but will be quite far apart … Continue reading

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Free Staying Sharp Program Saturday in Oakland

If you will be in the Bay area this weekend, please join us Saturday at the Allen Temple Baptist Church in Oakland for a free Staying Sharp forum. The program includes a panel discussion from 9 am to 11 am … Continue reading

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