Do people have a finite amount of memory in their brains, or is it actually possible to expand and improve one’s memory through mental exercises and other methods? My friend and colleague Jeremy E.C. Genovese–a professor of human development and educational psychology at Cleveland State University and the author of Remembering Willie Nelson: The Science of Peak Memory (2014), the front and back of which are pictured below–has devoted a large part of his professional career to these fundamental questions and has blogged about many aspects of the science of memory. (Check out his eclectic blog Peak Memory here.) Alas, he recently announced that he will be taking a break from blogging to pursue other scholarly projects. Although we’re going to miss his daily musings on his old blog, we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us next!
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