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Old Music: The Reminiscence Bump

The Reminiscence Bump is a phenomenon where our memories of age 10 to 30 years are sharper and more vivid, as if these are encoded in the brain in HD and are also retrieved easily.

This can be linked to certain biological and hormonal changes in the body during this period.

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