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The Cognitive Neuroscience of Long Term Memory

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Professor Sasha Cervantes discusses the cognitive neuroscience of memory and how the brain supports the processing involved in memory. Human memory is a constructive and reconstructive process, which makes memory imperfect. Cervantes explains how the brain stores memories and how brain damage affects memories.

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