Cognitive neuroscience: Forgetting of things past

@article{Wagner2001CognitiveNF,
  title={Cognitive neuroscience: Forgetting of things past},
  author={Anthony D. Wagner and Lila Davachi},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={11},
  pages={R964-R967}
}
Recent functional imaging and electrophysiological results indicate that failure to remember experiences can result from a decreased recruitment of encoding processes that build effective memories and an increased recruitment of alternative mechanisms that may impair effective learning. 
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