293: Memory, Maya Angelou and psychological change

Do you ever read autobiographies and wonder how they remember the word by word details of conversations from years ago? The truth is, they don’t remember them. So what does this tell us about memory if the brain is happy to play fast and loose with details? And what aspect of memory does the brain hold onto very tightly? This is an episode about memory, Maya Angelou, and psychological change.

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