Same Experience, Different Memories

While we might not think to deeply about it, our memory is a complex process that involves the brain encoding, storing, and retrieving information. While memory is vital to our experiences, it is also known to be some-what unreliable as people can recall the same incident or experience in different ways. Julian Matthews, Postdoctoral Research Officer of the Cognitive Neurology Laboratory at Monash University, joined us on the line to teach us more about how memory works and why people remember differently.

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