We sometimes think of our memories as under our control. But research suggests that they change over time. And perhaps more disturbing, can be altered by others.
- William Saletan: A writer for Slate, Saletan's series on memory and the future of false memory ran in Slate earlier this month.
- Gayatri Devi: Neurologist and clinical associate professor at New York University School of Medicine. She also is the Director of the New York Memory and Healthy Aging Services.