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Feeling Is More Important Than Accuracy When It Comes to Memory – Technology Networks

A new study has shown that subjective and objective memory can function independently, involve different parts of the brain, and that people base their decisions…

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When we recall a memory, we retrieve specific details about it: where, when, with whom. But we often also experience a vivid feeling of remembering the event, sometimes almost reliving it. Memory researchers call these processes objective and subjective memory, respectively. A new study from the Center for Mind and Brain at the University of California, Davis, shows that objective and subjective memory can function independently, involve different parts of the brain, and that people base their decisions…

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