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The brain game: what and where we remember | Daniel Glaser

Even if you’ve been on the beach for two months how to do your job will come back as soon as you walk into the office As we return to school and work from blissful relaxation, one of our anxieties is how we’ll get the information we once knew back into our heads. An elegant experiment from the 1970s might give us some reassurance, particularly if we’ve just been on the beach.
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