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27 March 2019

WATCH: How much can you trust your own memory?

How much of what we remember is correct? And how many of our memories are actually inaccurate?

Forgetting things is something that we humans are remarkably good at. Generally speaking, our memories work to store often vital information gained at various points in our lives.

But, our powers of recollection are by no means foolproof. So, how much of what we remember is correct? And how many of our memories are actually inaccurate?

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