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Trust your memory? Maybe you shouldn’t

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The Wikipedia page in your head. A psychologist at the University of California Irvine is experimenting and working on ways that we can use the “malleability of the human brain” to solve murders, heal from repressed thoughts and help with addiction and obesity. What we are finding is that the brain is much more easily distorted than originally thought and that people prone to depression could be having more accurate memories than the rest of us.