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Scientists Can Now Read Your Memories
What Celebrity Sightings Tell Us About Memory
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Give Yourself A Present For The Future
'Very Cool' Study Offers New Hope For People With Memory Problems
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Scientists Target and Block a Specific Memory
Dr. Douglas Fields
Neurobiologist and author, 'Why We Snap'
Erasing memory is the plot for several popular science fiction movies, but the fact is that there is no convincing evidence that the memory of specific experience (called declarative memory) can be erased in humans -- until now.
Summoning the Past: Why This and Not That?
Author, 'On Second Thought: Outsmarting Your Mind's Hard-Wired...
Why isn't memory a better system, more efficient and organized, if remembering is so crucial to daily functioning and future planning? Why do we remember so many trivial and irrelevant things?
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