Living in the Now: What amnesiac patients can tell us about how memories are made | Curio

Living in the Now: What amnesiac patients can tell us about how memories are made

32 mins | May 28, 2017

What are memories made of? What is the essence of memory? As neuroscientists continue to grapple with these questions, Michael Lemonick writing in Aeon Magazine tells us how generations of amnesiac patients with injured brains, including the famous Henry Molaison, have been instrumental in helping neuroscientists tease out the essence of memory. ​

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From Aeon magazine