Where do memories come from? Can memories be altered—adjusted, erased or even created?
A vintage Radio Lab podcast looks at these questions and more as they talk with brain scientists studying memory, and share fascinating stories of memories lost, memories found, and memories just plain baffling. We invite you to join us in listening to the podcast, and then come together Thursday, August 30, to share our thoughts around it.
(Content note: there’s a short bit that may be bothersome for some of us that veer more to the squeamish side. If that’s you, we suggest you skip from about 4:15 to about 5:05 on the audio.)
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