Universit? De Montr al research on semantic memoryFamous mugs do more than cause us buy magazines, according to new University? de Montr? al research. In the December issue of the Canadian Journal on Aging, a team of scientists to explain how has the ability to name famous faces or biographical knowledge about celebrities evidence that will help in the early detection of Alzheimer’s might. – Semantic memory for people – triggered through name, voice or face – the knowledge that we have gained throughout our lives on a person recognize recognize that person, says senior author Sven Joubert, a professor at the University? de Montr? al Department of Psychology and a researcher at the Centre de recherche de l’ Institut universitaire de g? riatrie de Montr?.

Partners in research:The study of normal aging by the Natural Sciences by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. The study of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease g of the Alzheimer Society of Canada, the Centre de recherche de l’ Institut universitaire de? Riatrie de Montr? Al and the Fonds de la recherche en sant support? About the study:.– In the process of react to our immune system it[a viral or bacterial infection] , there is cross-reactivity where we start to respond to ourselves, said Dr. David Cornblath the Johns Hopkins University Baltimore told.


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