Shared event memory for a public event in young and older adults


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For years, episodic memory has been seen as a function specific to each individual. Recently, however, the idea that some degree of similarity could exist between memories shared by a large number of individuals has arisen. This study examined the extent to which individuals can share similar memory representations of a public event as well as how this similarity is impacted by aging. Fifty-four y...


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