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How We Retrieve Memories - Brain Basics #1

Have you ever had a moment of temporary amnesia when you can't recall a certain word or someone's name? That's because your brain wasn't able to re-create the pattern of activity that occurred when the memory was stored. Learn more in the first of a series of videos from Scientific American MIND.

 

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