Why good memories are less likely to fade

Tuesday, May 13, 201412:01 AM(View: 8659)
Why good memories are less likely to fade
Why good memories are less likely to fade-zenmoon.orgThis makes lots of sense...

"Why do we remember some things well, while other memories fade? Researchers suggest it could be that good memories persist longer than bad - helping to keep the human race happy and resilient."


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