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Eyes help remember images, long after first seen

17:09 EST 14 Feb 2018 | TriMed Media Group

When you close your eyes and visualize an important moment from the past, your brain may use the same eye movement patterns to reconstruct images long after you’ve originally seen them. It may seem like science fiction, but a study published in Cerebral Cortex found evidence of the phenomena.

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