Walking through a doorway makes you less likely to remember what happened in that room

You store your memories episodically. How does your brain mark the beginnings and ends of episodes? Perhaps by context? Perhaps by location? A new study suggests that walking through a doorway signals your brain to mark a new episode and that people are less likely to recall details after leaving a room.

Via The Dish.

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