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There are 2 comments on How Do You Manipulate a Memory?

  1. Thank you. I’m looking forward to following your work. Also, I’m curious how your work might intersect with memory loss illnesses like Alzheimer’s? Or, if we could “turn up the volume” on certain memories, how that would play into education and learning (e.g. recall what we need, when we need it)? Fascinating stuff.

  2. The topic really drag me to there! It sounds very interesting to have research with human brain and our memories. I am looking forward to see the further research.

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