Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Recalling Memories From a Third-Person Perspective Changes How Our Brain Processes Them

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This shows old photosUsing a third-person, or observer, perspective to recall memories activates different areas of the brain than using a first-person perspective for memory recall. Adopting an observer-perspective for memory recall leads to increased interaction between the anterior hippocampus and posterior medial network.