Study finds brain state caused by experiences affects way you process future events

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

How an'emotional hangover' shapes your memory: Effects of intense experiences linger in the brain and help you remember events that follow Emotional experiences can leave you in a'hangover' state that lingers long after the event has ended, according to a new study. And, an emotional hangover can even influence the way you process future experiences. Smartphone radiation WON'T kill your sperm: Expert claims... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... Smartphone radiation WON'T kill your sperm: Expert claims... Tesla and Panasonic join forces to begin solar panel... Editing genes to eliminate cancer or Schizophrenia could... Trees resistant to killer fungus could be grown in Britain... While it's known that people tend to remember emotional experiences better than non-emotional ones, the researchers have now found that events that follow these emotional events are better remembered as well. Hero dog saves his injured'girlfriend' on deadly railway track Fox Valley Mall forced to close as huge brawl breaks out Chaos as people rush out of NJ mall after reports of gunshots Adorable puppy is constantly bumped on the head by playful kitten CAT ATTACK: Pet pounces on man as he opens Christmas present Just beautiful!

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