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AffectCam: arousal- augmented sensecam for richer recall of episodic memories
Initial findings showing that emotional arousal does improve the quality of memory recall associated with emotionally arousing events and support richer recall of episodic memories than low arousal ones are discussed.
Forgetting the Unforgettable Through Conversation
It is shown that conversations can alter memories of speakers and listeners in similar ways, even when the memories differ, and socially shared retrieval-induced forgetting is discussed as a mechanism for the formation of collective memories.
The dark side of meaning-making: How social exclusion leads to superstitious thinking
Collective Memory from a Psychological Perspective
Designing personal grief rituals: An analysis of symbolic objects and actions
Several implications for designing grief rituals were identified that include accounting for the client’s need, selecting (or creating) the most appropriate objects and actions from the identified types, integrating principles of both grief and art/drama therapy, and the value of technology for recording and reflecting on ritual experience.
Investigating whether American participants listening to the selective remembering of atrocities committed by American soldiers or Afghan soldiers resulted in the retrieval-induced forgetting of unmentioned justifications showed that the way people’s memories are shaped by selective discussions of atrocities depends on group-membership status.
The Role of Narratorship and Expertise in Social Remembering
Are individuals more likely to serve as a vehicle for social contagion because they are perceived as experts or because they talk a lot? This study parses the contribution of expertise and…
Forgetting the Unforgettable Through Conversation Socially Shared Retrieval-Induced Forgetting of
ABSTRACT— A speaker’s selective recounting of memoriessharedwithalistenerwillinduceboththespeakerandthelistenertoforgetunmentioned,relatedmaterialmorethanunmentioned, unrelated material. We extended…
Predicting the decay of collective memory
- A. Coman
- SociologyNature Human Behaviour
- 10 December 2018
Public attention to cultural products shows a consistent pattern over time: a constant decline characterized by an inflexion point, which might be due to how cultural products are discussed in the community and archived as cultural memories.
Silver-Deposited Nanoparticles on the Titanium Nanotubes Surface as a Promising Antibacterial Material into Implants
The main disadvantage of the implants is the associated infections. Therefore, in the long term, the possibility of improving the antibacterial capacity of different types of implants (dental,…