Keeping a Spotless Mind: The Neuroscience of 'Motivated Forgetting'

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Being forgetful isn't usually a desirable quality, but if we remembered every last experience forever we'd be completely overwhelmed. This talk by Cambridge Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience Michael Anderson explores the active mechanisms in our minds which help us to forget unwanted memories and what it means for our mental health.


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