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WATCH: How memory fails

According to experts …

Ep. 1 — How memory fails

Personal recollections are often crucial in areas like reporting, law, and history.

But all memories are subject to unintentional revision within the mind.

Forensic psychiatrist Charles A. Morgan III, M.D., M.A., of the University of New Haven, explains what the process of remembering accomplishes, and how it can fall short.