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Memory Research Lab at UCSD
Larry Squire's Memory Research Laboratory webpage at the University of California, San Diego provides citations for many research papers.

Memory Disorders Research Center
The Memory Disorders Research Center at Boston University, where Meike Verfaellie works. The webpage provides citations for research papers, and also invites people to become subjects in their ongoing research.

Jim McGaugh's webpage
Learn more about Jim McGaugh's research.

Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
The webpage of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the University of California, Irvine explains some of the questions about memory researchers there are examining.

Larry Cahill's webpage
Describes his interest in the influence of emotion on memory and lists some recent publications.

Elizabeth Loftus
Links to a number of her articles about false memories.

Mark Tuszynski Lab Web Page
Has information about the Alzheimer's disease Clinical Trial, as well as links to publications.

Gary Small's Web Page
His web page at the UCLA Center on Aging has links to some video lectures on maximizing memory.

Dennis Selkoe Laboratory
This web site lists some selected articles about neuronal degeneration in aging brains.

The Alzheimer's Association
Explains the basics about the disease and collects the latest news about it. The site also has information and links for caregivers.

Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center
From the National Institute on Aging, with information about the disease, content for caregivers, and links to medical research databases.

Information on Alzheimer's Disease from the
Mayo Clinic

Get the basics about Alzheimer's disease learn about treatments and get information on caregiving.

The Exploratorium
Science museum in San Francisco held a Memory Exhibition. Check out their webpage for exhibits on everything from a sheep brain dissection to the work of an artist painting his childhood home from memory.

Tutorials from NASA's Cognition Lab.
The page includes activities that challenge your ability to recognize, help you make up your own mnemonic devices, and test how well your short term memory deals with interference.

Society for Neuroscience
Read a Society for Neuroscience article about new research showing differences in which brain areas are activated during false or true memories.

The How Stuff Works - MRI
Learn how an MRI Machine works and what it is used for.

For more information on caregiving:

Caregiver Network Inc

Alzheimer's Disease Education & Referral center

Children of Aging Parents

Eldercare Locator

Family Caregiver Alliance

The National Institute on Aging Information Center

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