Nicholas Man

September 20, 2017

Memory

Filed under: TOK — 053601 @ 2:57 pm

Memory is what the mind remembers from the past; information that the mind retains.

Memory is what the mind remembers from the past. This happens unintentionally, and begins with an event or a stimulus. We (as humans, or as animals) perceive this event with our senses, and use the information our senses give us to understand what happened. This understanding is stored in our minds and is often lost over time, but can be obtained again or planted.

Memory is what the mind remembers unintentionally from the past and begins with an event or a stimulus. We perceive this event with our senses, and use this information to understand what happened. This understanding is stored in our minds and is often lost over time, but can be obtained again or planted. They are most memorable when visual.

Memory is what the mind remembers unintentionally from the past and begins with an event or a stimulus. We perceive this event with our senses, and use this information to understand what happened. This understanding is stored in our minds and is often lost over time, but can be obtained again or planted. They are most memorable when visual. Memories are formed by making connections between proteins, and these connections remain forever.

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