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The Guess Worker

Is Matthew Walker wrong?

Overview:

  • The scientific consensus is that short-term and long-term memories are separate entities stored in different regions of the brain

  • In this article I challenge this consensus

  • I give an alternative interpretation of the results of two experiments which supposedly support the consensus

  • My interpretation is more likely to be correct for several reasons, including that it proposes a simpler and more efficient mechanism

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