Have you ever left a party and immediately started recounting how rude the host was to you, only to have your friend look at you puzzled and recount the very same conversation—only with the host being warm and friendly? That's an everyday version of the Rashomon effect, a phenomenon where different people have contradictory accounts of the same event.
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Memory Is Faulty
Written by Ashley Hamer September 9, 2016
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