Memory is designed to store emotion and images, not time. One can remember unpleasant events more positively by adjusting the ending.
Autobiographical memories serve an evolutionary purpose. The experiencing and remembering selves are often in opposition to well-being.
We live through the remembering self, caring for stories about life. Recalling memories is a unique experience.
We care about the endings to stories. Human beings remember spatial routes better than abstract lists.
Human minds remember significant moments. Memories are comprised of multiple systems.
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U.S. Memory Champion Joshua Foer and Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman debate how memory works as a function of time.
Length: 36 minutes
Copyright date: ©2012
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