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Misremembering might actually be a sign your memory is working optimally

By Robert Jacobs, Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester
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Errors don’t necessarily mean your mind is faulty. They may actually be a sign of a cognitive system with limited capacity working efficiently.The Conversation

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