“Collective memories” or the narratives that societies use to selectively describe history are recorded in the brain’s prefrontal medial cortex, fMRI analysis shows (n=24). The results suggest “collective memories” influence how we recall our own individual memories of historical events.

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So by engaging in massive misinformation campaigns you could mislead millions of people into believing a lie. Does that explanation make anyone else question our current political climate and social media giant’s meddling.

Mordepool

Carl Jung checking in

ZamaZamachicken

Like that shazzam movie in the 90s?

Lazyassdogz

Not my field at all, but the abstract didn’t mention what kind of statistical tools were involved. Is a sample size of 24 enough for these kind of conclusions?

FlickJagger