A team led by psychologist Dr Daniel Schacter of the University of Harvard used Positron Emission Tomography (PET) images to examine the parts of the brain that are turned on during experiments to test the accuracy of a person's memory for previously spoken words. The findings reveal that the brain can tell the difference between a false memory and an accurate one - even if the volunteers themselves could not.
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