To become an adult we must let go of our childish… memories? Scientists unravel the paradox of “childhood amnesia”

(Natural News) Despite your parents’ prodding on how you acted when you were a very young child, chances are you won’t even remember it. This is because of what psychologists call “childhood amnesia,” or the inability of a person to remember what happened before their third or fourth year of age. “This is a phenomenon…

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