20 Things To Remember About Forgetting

Hi Connie,
In my IDT program we are presently studying Learning Theory and your blog entry on “Forgetting” provides an excellent, useful summary of the information. It seems that there are many causes of both memory formation and retention. If only we could make a conscious decision for specific bits of information to be encoded into memory, at will! You mention that, “Some instances of forgetting are probably caused by not processing information in the first place.” I suppose this is what occurs in a sleep-deprived brain. The topic of the effects of sleep-deprivation on cognition is an area of research that I find interesting and can relate to personally, as can many of my classmates and colleagues, for sure. I would like to share some information on sleep deprivation that I encountered this week as I studied for my course.

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