Making False Memories

We'll also find out about new research looking at how the brain makes memories. Though there's no shortage of research on memory formation, this study has a twist — the researchers imaged the brains of the study subjects as they made memories of events that didn't actually happen.

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Craig Stark, assistant professor of psychology, Johns Hopkins University

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