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memory
An intriguing shot of an isolated slide in what looks to be a very interesting talk given by UCLA memory expert Professor Robert Bjork at last week’s Association for Psychological Science 2014 Conference. To wit:

Important peculiarities of the human memory system

  • A remarkable capacity for storing information is coupled with a highly fallible retrieval process.
  • What is accessible in memory is highly dependent on the current environmental, interpersonal, emotional and body-state cues.
  • Retrieving information from memory is a dynamic process that alters the subsequent state of the system.
  • Access to competing memory representations regresses towards the earlier representation over time

Waddaya mean you weren’t invited?

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