We all have memories we wish we could forget.
Unfortunately getting rid of them is far more complex than the ease with which we lay them down in our brains.
But the neuroscientists are making progress all the time.
Here’s a progress piece in Mind and Brain, Scientific American August edition. It’s worth the read.
You may have good reason to. As this research seems to show, your amygdala goes onto high alert.
I’d love to see comparative research between yelling or screaming at someone at work, at home, watching it at the movies and even riding the best rides at Disneyworld.
Is anyone aware of any of this comparative research?