To make the memory make sense, our brains unconsciously fill in the missing details with what, in its experience, PROBABLY happened. Then, the more we use these added details, the more firmly the hippocampus makes them part of the memory itself.

 

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  1. Gregory Bogosian says

    Did you draw the first panel so that we could see down Alice’s shirt on purpose?

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