Mental Health

What trying to suppress unwanted memories does to your brain

New research looks at the unintended consequences of memory suppression. Image: REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri

Justin C. Hulbert

Assistant Professor of Cognitive Psychology, Bard College

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