9/11: Events We Never Forget But Fail To Clearly Remember- Hartford Courant

So if a memory is distorted with each recollection, does that mean a memory of something you haven’t thought about for years is more accurate?

“Maybe, maybe not,” said Daniel Greenberg, a psychologist at the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. “It’s hard to know how often we have a memory of something. You might remember something, and later forget that you did.”



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