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Futureproof Gold: Memories

Our personalities are largely shaped by our experiences. The decisions we make and the things we ...

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07.00 25 Jul 2019


Futureproof Gold: Memories



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07.00 25 Jul 2019


Our personalities are largely shaped by our experiences. The decisions we make and the things we see, hear and feel.

But where do we store our records of all of those things. Where are our memories and how are they stored and retrieved? Are they Energy? Mystical spirit? Clumps of cells in the distributed warehouse of my brain? 

Dr. Tomás Ryan is assistant professor in the Trinity College Dublin Institute of Neuroscience 


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