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Illusions influence our predictions about how well we'll remember in the future

04:20 EDT 6 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

Every day we make decisions based on how we think our memory works. A student decides how long to study for an exam. A shopper decides whether or not to make a grocery list. An FBI director decides whether to write the contents of a concerning conversation in a memo or to trust he would never forget such critical details.

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