False Memories Can Be Reversed
Published in Memory.
Researchers have developed new techniques that can correct false memory recollections without damaging true autobiographical memories.
Source: University of Portsmouth
Rich false memories of autobiographical events can be planted – and then reversed, a new paper has found.
The study highlights – for the first time – techniques that can correct false recollections without damaging true memories. It is published by researchers from the University of Portsmouth, UK, and the Universities of Hagen and Mainz, Germany.