The temporal lobe in conjunction with the hippocampus is responsible for memory processing, and gamma waves are intrinsically involved in this process.
Using binaural beats, researchers studied fifty-eight participants aged between 6 and 60 years in long-term memory experiments.
Statistical analysis of the data showed a proportional relationship between long-term memory and gamma activity.
The research suggests that stimulation of gamma activity should enhance long term memory capacity. This will enable the processing of information directly to and from human memory via gamma activity, the hippocampus and the temporal lobe.
Further research using spectral analyses shows that gamma oscillations (a movement back and forth in a regular rhythm) increase in line with memory load, providing further evidence that gamma oscillations support the maintenance of working memory.
In addition, high gamma activity contributes to the successful functioning of spatial memory, which is the part of memory responsible for recording information about our environment orientation.
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