The Upside of Forgetting

Letting go of extraneous information is key to making new memories. Image of girl and glass jar via Shutterstock.

Why We Need To Forget

By Camille Chatterjee

Because forgetting helps you remember. (Image via Shutterstock.)

The (Un)bearable Lightness of Memory

By Nicole Dudukovic Ph.D.

Is forgetting as bad as we think?

Forgetting the Past for a Better Future

By Stephen Joseph Ph.D.

Would you want a drug that would wipe out your trauma memories? (Image via Shutterstock.)

What If You Could Never Forget?

By Jill Price, Bart Davis

Haunted forever by the past.

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