New Memory Science Shows That Sometimes, It's Better To Forget | Texas Public Radio

New Memory Science Shows That Sometimes, It's Better To Forget

Oct 1, 2018

The brain is built to forget, and cognitive neuroscience research indicates that instead of diving into and trying to enhance memory, sometimes it's more beneficial to just forget.

Guests: 

  • Subbu Sankarasubramanian, graduate student in the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge
  • Michael Anderson, professor at the University of Cambridge and member of their Memory Research Group

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