Mit researchers find memory capacity much bigger than previously thought
Geplaatst op 09 september 2008 - 17:43
In recent years, demonstrations of memory's failures have convinced many scientists that human memory does not store the details of our experiences. However, a new study from MIT cognitive neuroscientists may overturn this widespread belief: They have shown that given the right setting, the human brain can record an amazing amount of information.
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