Looking Back | Hidden Brain Why are we so often pulled into memories of the past? In this month's Radio Replay, we'll find out why we all get stuck reliving the old days, ruminating on what we could have done differently, and what we wish we could do again.
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Radio Replay: Looking Back

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Radio Replay: Looking Back

Radio Replay: Looking Back

Radio Replay: Looking Back

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Why are we so often pulled into memories of the past? In this month's Radio Replay, we'll find out why we all get stuck reliving the old days, ruminating on what we could have done differently, and what we wish we could do again.

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