HOT BLAST: Why do we have false memories
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Erika Hayasaki highlights some remarkable new research on false memories in How Many of Your Memories Are Fake?

New research released this week has found that even people with phenomenal memory are susceptible to having “false memories,” suggesting that “memory distortions are basic and widespread in humans, and it may be unlikely that anyone is immune,” according to the authors of the study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 
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