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when people are asked to recall a list of words they had earlier memorized, they often substitute synonyms for some words on the original list. This best illustrates the effect of
we are more likely to remember the word "typewriter, cigarette and fire" than the words "void, process, and inherit." Best illustrates
Karl Lashley trained rats to solve a maze and removed cortex pieces.
was not restricted to specific region of cortex.
research on memory construction indicates that memories of past experiences
distorted by our current assumption
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