‘Memories’ pass between generations

Yet another example of how little we know about the workings of the body and mind. In a way, much of this is not new–we have known that epigenetic changes can be passed on (like the metabolic changes prompted by the Dutch “Hunger Winter”). But this is the first ┬átime, that I know of, that a psychological aversion has been documented to be passed on.

 

BBC News – ‘Memories’ pass between generations.

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