The Science of Erasing Bad Memories
Memories change each time we remember. Every time we access a memory, the neural pathways in our brain are being rewritten.
Key Facts In This Video
Each memory is active in a number of different parts of the brain and isn't compartmentalized to just one area. (0:22)
One study found if a certain drug was administered prior to or during memory recall, the memory could be effectively erased. (1:46)