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Playing on the imagination, scientists have found it's pretty [color=C4FFF7]easy to make people remember things that never happened.
The parts of the brain that form, store and then retrieve memories must all work together to accurately recall events, so scientists have long been skeptical of what people remember.
The key to remembering that something was imagined when we recall it is the context surrounding a memory....
If you remember who told you to imagine something, where it was, what was going on around you, the separation between what really happened and what you imagined becomes more distinct.