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Believing in things that did not happen: The science of false memories in relation to stress
 

Believing in things that did not happen: The science of false memories in relation to stress

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We often think of memory as something firm like a hard drive, where we store information and experiences in great accuracy, clarity and detail. But in truth, even the memories we can recall vividly may not be true.
 
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5 Sep 2016 - General
 
Maria Cristina Inserto: We can be the most careful driver on the road. We can follow all the rules, drive in the speed limit, take the right turns and keep to our own lanes but there is alwa...
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I think I've seen this movie Jennifer Winter, but it's already muddled in my memory bank. Hahaha! For a few seconds after the collision, I thought "Oh Lord, I'm going to be...
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Maria Cristina Inserto good thing that your accident was a minor one and that insurance will cover it. Glad to hear that you are all right. High stress does distort memories of events even i...
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Oh that is good to hear that your insurance company was helpful. I know they can be a nuisance especially when their customers start to claim. Sometimes, it makes me think that they are quick to collect money from customers but would take long to giv...
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Oh I get mini de javus from time to time too. No worries about the accident Kathleen Peralta. The company was quite helpful, despite the stereotype that companies and their insurances will...
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Sorry to hear about your minor accident, Maria.

To relate with the article, there are moments when I thought something had happened already, and when it actually happens, right then and there, I would think that as "deja vu". I co...
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Two weeks ago I got into a fairly minor vehicular accident. I was on my way home at 9:30pm (following a long day at work) and was about to turn right to corner, when a cement mixer collided with me on my side (left). Shocked, all I was able to do was...
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