Eye Movements Reveal Processing of Hidden Memories

You can tell a lot about a person from their eyes, and now that seems to extend to memories hidden deep in the brain. By relating subtle eye movements to activity in the brain, researchers in California have shown that a structure called the hippocampus can retrieve memories of past events or experiences — even when people have no conscious recollection of them

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