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Don’t look back: The aftermath of a distressing event is


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A new study suggests the moments that follow a distressing episode are more memorable than the moments leading up to it. The results add to our understanding of how trauma impacts memory and may improve how we evaluate eyewitness testimonies, treat PTSD, and combat memory decline in brain disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.

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