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Remembering to the future: Researchers shed new light on how our memories guide attention


January 14, 2016

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A team of researchers has discovered that differences in the types of memories we have influence the nature of our future encounters. Their findings show how distinct parts of the brain, underlying different kinds of memories, also influence our attention in new situations.Full Story

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