How Does Retirement Affect Your Brain?
December 23, 2021
Dr. Brian Levine featured on the Freakonomics M.D., podcast, where he shared knowledge concerning occupation, brain function, and retirement.
The forgotten part of memory
OUTLOOK, July 24, 2019
Long thought to be a glitch of memory, researchers are coming to realize that the ability to forget is crucial to how the brain works
Doctors’ Notes: A new concussion crisis may be upon us
Toronto Star, August 13, 2018
Just Say No to Head Transplants
Scientific American, May 11, 2017
Cognitive and psychosocial function in retired professional hockey players
Toronto Star (April 23rd and 25th), Toronto Sun, April 15, 2017, CBC News, CBC The National, The Hockey News, CBC Radio - Day 6, Metro News Toronto, Radio Canada International, Medical Xpress
What is your memory style?
New research shows that the tendency to remember episodic details versus facts is reflected in intrinsic brain patterns
NBC News/ Today.com, Dec 30, 2015, Medical Daily, EurekAlert!, PsychCentral, Brain Decoder, Psyblog, Daily Mail
Brain Scans of passengers on near disastrous Air Transat flight studied
Global News, August 24, 2015, Psychology Today,Globe and Mail, Newsweek, Times of London, Toronto Star, CTV.ca, CBC.ca
Could you have this memory disorder?
BBC Future, November 2018
The inability to ‘mentally time travel’ is the latest memory condition to intrigue researchers – and as most people with it likely don’t realise, it may be more common than we think.
Sport Concussion and Neurodegenerative Disease
Hockey Panel: More to concussion crisis than CTE, The Score, March 21, 2018
Concussion researchers say time for sports to change is now, Toronto Star, March 24, 2018
Repercussions from the concussion crisis, Breakfast Television, March 21, 2018
Head Injury and Chronic Brain Damage: It’s Complicated