Researchers say the study offers evidence that there are two types of memory: "explicit episodic memory (i.e. 'remembering') and an implicit sense of familiarity (i.e. 'knowing'). Photo: United Airlines

Your brain hides memories of the things you hear while you’re asleep

Research suggests part of test subjects' minds responded to and remembered words heard while sleeping, even if their conscious minds couldn't call up the memories

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Researchers say the study offers evidence that there are two types of memory: "explicit episodic memory (i.e. 'remembering') and an implicit sense of familiarity (i.e. 'knowing'). Photo: United Airlines
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