"So memories can form in even very young children, it seems. But it is not clear that they can be retrieved.
"Recent research suggests that some of those very early memories may actually be held into childhood, but then lost as children grow into adolescence. And research has also shown a strong cultural component to the question of how far back children remember."
Read the whole article on the New York Times web site.
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