Article Reproduction Policy

Our purpose in establishing this site is to provide easily accessed, free advice for people concerned about the brain and their memory function. Given this aim, we are more than happy to share the articles we have made available on our site.

If you are looking for well researched content that has been written by experts in the fields of the brain and memory, then our Memory Foundation site is a great resource for you.

You are welcome to reproduce any of the content found on this site on your website, in your newsletter or your ezine. It is also worth remembering that we are always adding content to this site so, if there is a brain or memory topic that you would like to see covered but is missing from our list, then please contact us and we will see what we can do.

When reproducing material from our site, there are only three things we ask of you.

These are:

  • That you contact us and let us know where the material is to be reproduced.
  • That you reproduce the article in full (we will consider minor changes)
  • That you include a link on the page where the material is reproduced that shows where the material is from, with the accompanying text: This article is reproduced with permission from the Memory Foundation

If you have any questions, queries or special requests, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We are usually able to respond within 24 hours.