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26 | The University of Auckland Remembering the future
 

Summary: 26 | The University of Auckland
Remembering the future
Memory lies at the base of our
identity. What we remember is
a powerful determinant of who
we are. Judy Wilford speaks
to two researchers who are
gaining exciting new insights
into the meaning and purpose of
memories.
What do we do when we plan a party?
We think of other parties we have given
or attended. We think of food, of flowers,
of colour and music and lighting; perhaps
we experiment mentally with the best
arrangement of furniture or imagine a
convivial flow of people to and fro through
doors to a deck.
And of course we consider the friends we
might invite, their personalities and their

  

Source: Addis, Donna Rose - Department of Psychology, University of Auckland

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine