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Lisa Genova

Neuroscientist Lisa Genova shares the science of memory and why we forget

Editor's note: The conversation originally aired Oct. 5, 2021. We have all forgotten where we put our car keys or have walked into a room to get something and, when we get there, can’t remember what we came to get. Some of us have vivid memories of something insignificant that happened in the second grade but can’t remember what happened at our friend’s wedding last year. Why?
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