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If you want to remember an event, don’t take a picture
Selfies could be subtly reshaping your memory.
Your brain and body remember trauma differently than other events
How fear makes your brain write memories differently.
Your first memory probably isn’t yours, no matter how real it seems
Around 40 percent of us may have a fictional recollection as our “first” memory.
Interconnected Shared Memories May Be The Next Stage Of Humanity
They could increase our understanding and sympathy
How To Use The New Photos App on MacOS Sierra
This looks familiar
Snapchat’s New Patent Hints At Augmented Reality Advertising
Ads could appear in your selfies
Snapchat Announces New ‘Memories’ Feature For Reliving Your Mundane Life
The ephemeral photo-sharing service is getting a huge upgrade
For The First Time, We’ve Seen Brand-New Neurons Firing
New insight into how the brain works
The Human Brain Could Store 10 Times More Memories Than Previously Thought
If you used all that space to store MP3s, it would take you 2,000 years to play it all
How Scientists Are Learning To Shape Our Memory
The next treatment for trauma could be spotless minds.