When or How Might Mis-remembering be Good?

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Description: Imagine you are chatting with one of your grandparents about a trip you took with them last summer and you are reminiscing about a stop you made at a bakery, and they are saying they still remember the taste of the peanut butter cookie they had while you were there. In thinking about that… Read more »

Apple Memory: Recalling the Everyday

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Description: Are things we see ALL the time more likely to be things we can routinely retrieve from memory? You would think so but maybe not so much. Look at the logo below. Recognize it? Of course you do, except…… is it genuine? Is there anything wrong with it? Sources: Science Daily Date: Released March… Read more »