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Despite his lack of interest in heliocentric astronomy and a wrong idea about the size of human memory, Sherlock Holmes was an important, albeit fictional, figure in the history of science. From the very beginning, Holmes did not rely on armchair deductio…
The Brain Basis of Forgetting
Forgetting in everyday life can usually be attributed to a failure to attend to information. This could be for numerous reasons such as not being interested in the material, being distracted by a cell phone, being sleepy, or thinking about something else.…
Is the Hippocampus Associated with Implicit Memory?
For over half a century, the hippocampus has been associated with conscious/explicit long-term memory for previously experienced items or events; however, this region has recently been linked to nonconscious/implicit memory. This has been shown in numerou…
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