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How the Groundhog Day grind of lockdown scrambles your memory and sense of time

By Adam Osth, Senior Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
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Memories are easier to recall if they happen in unusual contexts, and our sense of time depends on how much things change. And being in lockdown is not conducive to either of these things.

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