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Tagged > Memory
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainRemoval from Working Memory...
12 Posts • 2114 Views
Psychology Forum
First of all, thanks for replying... BethewateR, do you think people who've experienced trauma try and put it out of their minds, perhaps sometimes in the area of working memory?... (although...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainComplete Memory Erasure Justifiable?
4 Posts • 3857 Views
Psychology Forum
Can you imagine a situation were memory erasure was completely justified? I came across this question recently and it really struck me for some reason - I want to know what others think about it....
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 38yrs • M
in memory of Dale Earnhardt
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 38yrs • F
in memory of Randy"we will always remember&qu
THREAD Paranormal & PseudoscienceDeja Vu-Theories
74 Posts • 35624 Views
Science & Technology Forum
Short and sweet answer: Déja vu occurs because of the pattern loving mind. Not so short and sweet (computer-like terminology): So, If the mind finds a remotely close pattern to an older memory,...
THREAD Conscious and Sub-ConsciousThe Subconscious Focus…
5 Posts • 2155 Views
Psychology Forum
No in fact the learner driver or new driver and the very experienced driver use very different kinds of memory to carry out their driving. The learner or new driver who is still in the process of putt...
THREAD Memory Speeds
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Philosophy Forum
I just came up with an idea that is quite possible for the mind to work at different speeds. It would be closely related to, but not equal to, the demand for memory. Basically the theory would go, t...
THREAD Paranormal & PseudoscienceDeja Vu-Theories
74 Posts • 35624 Views
Science & Technology Forum
To explain the theory scientifically: JetPlane is correct, the malfunction is referred to as a crossfire where your brains short term memory accesses the information on your long term memory and cause...
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 43yrs • M
Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainKnowledge…
2 Posts • 1388 Views
Psychology Forum
Have you studied any formal cognitive or biological psychology? I only ask because if you have you should research some papers on memory which may help you to understand more clearly the areas you are...
THREAD If you can't remember something, is it invisible?
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Philosophy Forum
There is a difference between not being able to remember something and forgetting or being unaware of something. If you can't remember something it appears invisible. However if we aren't aw...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainRemoval from Working Memory...
12 Posts • 2114 Views
Psychology Forum
your working memory is working on semantic and episodic information in your lond term memory get it, the only way to get rid of and incident completely out of your mind is if it is insignificant and d...
THREAD Reality & MetaphysicsParticle Memory
2 Posts • 3385 Views
Philosophy Forum
(I like this idea...) Every particle essentially has a code. When a particle interacts with another, it retains a memory of which particle it interacted with, and a memory of the nature of the int...
THREAD Is the Brain Really Big Enough?
15 Posts • 2676 Views
Philosophy Forum
Just a couple of questions for you Booky, if that's okay... When you write something down to help 'jog' your memory, once 'jogged', do you not then more clearly remember, t...
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 33yrs • F
In the beginning, night was memory was water, and in the cool aquamarine depths dreams swam freely.
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainStrange things with memory
11 Posts • 2893 Views
Psychology Forum
hmm it must be different for all people, because.. ^_^; I kind of do all three of those bad things, (not regularly, but enough for most people to notice a change) but I keep up with my memory as if I&...
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 38yrs • M
The memory of loves elation, has made life more dark and dismal. For after my hearts devastation, i'm a slave to love unconditional. - Me.
THREAD Is the Brain Really Big Enough?
15 Posts • 2676 Views
Philosophy Forum
24 hours of sound and vision to remember per day... Countless calculations and monitoring... Can one brain really do all this? Even when you talk about how far we've got with virtual memory...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainRemoval from Working Memory...
12 Posts • 2114 Views
Psychology Forum
(Not sure what the technical terms for this are, please add if you can help...) Much like the mind, the computer uses a working memory. As such, both need to add things to working memory when neede...
THREAD DreamsDreams... useless or amazing
50 Posts • 11282 Views
Psychology Forum
WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY EVERY EVENT IN THE UNIVESE WILL HAPPEN? WHY WILL IT IMPLODE? WHAT WILL CAUSE IT TO START OVER? MEMORY OF PAST UNIVERSES? WHO HAS THIS MEMORY? YOU SHOULD THINK YOUR THEORY THORO...
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 34yrs • F
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THREAD The Hardest Question?
110 Posts • 37807 Views
Philosophy Forum
Well actually you can't be hundred percent sure that u exist, since(in short) everything is just a memory. Even as you type a reply to this, that to just becomes a memory!So for all we know, the...
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 51yrs • F
For today is yesterday tomorrow enjoy it!!!
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainStrange things with memory
11 Posts • 2893 Views
Psychology Forum
There is a big difference between short and long term memory. Improving short term requires frequent, small excersizes. Short term memory loss occures with age but the process can be sped up with any...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainYour first memory
8 Posts • 2749 Views
Psychology Forum
How far back can you remember? What's your first memory? This is mine: I'm two years old and i'm sitting on a table with my twin sister, cause there has been a flood and my parents are...
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