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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Resources for Traumatic Brain Injury: A couple of interesting personal discoveries about memory of facts and events

Resources for Traumatic Brain Injury: A couple of interesting personal discoveries about memory of facts and events:

"while pondering how remarkable it is that I can remember recently learned facts, but not events, was in recognizing that I have recently had a number of arguments with my kids when I am annoyed they don't know something I know, and the argument always comes to me recalling an event associated with the knowledge that all three kids insist never happened. Further, I have been able to recognize evidence of me making foolish choices in the past because I DID NOT KNOW that crucial information at the time. Soooo, apparently, in order to remember facts, I am inventing personal history on which to "hang" those facts, "

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