temporal memory

Ron Blue rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Fri Sep 22 10:00:52 EST 1995

On Fri, 22 Sep 1995, Christopher T. Lovelace wrote:

> Neal,
> info. packaged together.  Instead, we seem to store bits and pieces that
> are sort of semi-loosely connected.  When one "bit" emerges into
> consciousness, the connected bits are sucked up into consciousness with it.
> This can be demonstrated by looking at memory failure (i.e., "remembering"
> that your best friend in high school had a green '69 Mustang, only to
> find out that it was, in fact, a red '69 Mustang).
Is this because the school color was green, the chair he sat in was green,
or the house he lived in was green, or his last name was green.
Ron Blue 

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