Kavanaugh hearing and human memory

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US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who says he sexually assaulted her decades ago, have differnet memories of the situation. Elizabeth Loftus, professor of social ecology, has spent decades researching human memory and shares how it is possible that both Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford are being sincere.

"Changing the details of an actual memory is a relatively easy thing to do. And it can happen spontaneously," Loftus told Agence France Presse, which was published on Yahoo News.

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