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Mental Health Perspectives: People Remember Things That Never Happened

Featuring Dr. John Huber & Kristin Walker

Your Earliest Childhood Memories May Be False & 50% Of People “Remember” Events That Never Happened

•Can you trust your very first childhood memories? Maybe not, a new study suggests. People’s earliest memories are typically formed around 3 to 3.5 years of age, past research has shown.

•But in a survey of more than 6,600 people, British scientists found that 39 percent of participants claimed to have memories from age 2 or younger, with some people claiming memories from age 1 or younger. These first memories are likely false, the researchers said.

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