What is memory? The Oxford English Dictionary defines memory as the faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information. Or something remembered from the past; a recollection. But the OED doesn’t weigh in on the factual accuracy of those recollections, nor does it mention how or where memories are stored. Our current understanding is that they form and are stored in our brains. Our brains after all are the motherboards of our bodies, but what if memories could also live somewhere else within us?
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Personality changes following heart transplantation: The role of cellular memory - Mitchell B Liester
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Another person's heart: magical and rational thinking in the psychological adaptation to heart transplantation
For a Heart-Lung Transplant Patient, a New Life Beyond Her Wildest Dreams | Fox News
Changes in heart transplant recipients that parallel the personalities of donors. Dr. Paul Pearsall.
Organ transplants: a change of heart in more ways than one? - University of Melbourne
(PDF) Transplants, Cellular Memory, and Reincarnation - Larry Dossey - 2008
Don't Be Taken in by The Nonsense Science of "Cell Memory Theory" - Big Think
This woman says she feels love differently since her heart transplant.| CBC Radio
Memory transference in organ transplant recipients - Namah Journal
Could Memory Traces Exist in Cell Bodies? - Scientific American