Episodic memory, or the ability of our brains to make a memory seem like a scene from a movie, is due to "time cells." Recently discovered in humans by researchers at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, these cells take a snapshot of events, allowing us to remember things in the right order. But they don't "record" in normal time; our moods have the ability to speed them up or slow them down.

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