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We do not recall memories,...
We do not recall memories, we reconstruct them.
How we learn

We do not recall memories, we reconstruct them. The working assumption has been that we store memories in a ‘fixed’ form, like video footage of our experiences – then replay the tape when we recall that memory. Emerging research shows that we reconstruct our memories each time we draw on them.