A new study revealed that the release of memory-enhancing chemicals during attention-grabbing experiences could help increase the memories of events that occurred before or after the interesting experience.
The study, published in the journal Nature, suggests that some events, which are interesting enough, could trigger a release of dopamine from the brain’s locus coeruleus (CL) region. Dopamine could help etch memories into the brain just before or soon after the experience, regardless of whether they were related to the event. These explain why people tend to remember certain events in their lives with particular clarity as well as unrelated details surrounding those events.
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