Joseph LeDoux on “altering memories” (Video, 5 min., Jan. 2010)

“Your memory is just as good as your last memory.”
LeDoux speaking (shortly) about the inhibition of the memory consolidation process, the possiblity to erase/manipulate memories and the ethical aspect of memory manipulation
(mentioning, that our memories are permanently being”manipulated” already by ads, school “intake” etc.)

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