Tag Archives: Famous Faces Test

Age-Related Increases in Tip-of-the-Tongue Experiences (NHS Choices / Psychological Science)

Summary Tip-of-the-tongue experiences (TOTs) are those memory lapses where a name, date or fact is known but cannot be retrieved immediately from memory. This NHS Choices Behind the Headlines masterclass critical appraisal examines a study which investigated the association between age … Continue reading

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Famous Faces Test for Identification of Early Dementia (BBC News / NHS Choices / Neurology)

Summary A face recognition test could one day be added to mental agility tests when screening for the early signs of dementia. A small study with 30 patients performed at Northwestern University in Chicago, and reported in the Neurology journal,  found that a facial recognition … Continue reading

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