3 thoughts on “How does your memory work?

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention How does your memory work? « Suifaijohnmak's Weblog -- Topsy.com

  2. Thanks for posting this video, John. It is fascinating to learn about the relationship between the development of self and the development of memory. It is also interesting to learn about the relationship between the development of the hipocampus and the development of memory. It is fascinating that memories can be altered, even erased. As we age, as our brain and memories change, many people still manage to function well. The last episode in which a family is coping with altzeimer disease, is sad, tragic.
    Hmm… Protein. … protean…

  3. Thanks Mary for your sharing. Yes, that was a sad story with the last episode. Would that be also part of our life journey? It would just be a matter of time when we forget most of the wonderful days of our youth? Nostalgia keeps us happy, at least for the moment.
    John

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