Does stress make us less able to forget?

If you ever blacked out during an exam or lost forgot your lines when speaking in front of an audience, the notion that stress makes us unable to forget appears counterintuitive. But what if we actually try to forget something through active suppression? In that case, it appears that stress is actually preventing us to forget. Read all about in this recent publication by our colleagues Conny, Hanna, and Stephanie:


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