FORGETTING: Why We Can't Remember Our Dreams--and Other Crucial Quirks of Human Memory
Should we be worried or ashamed when we forget something or have a "senior moment"? Draaisma argues that forgetting is in fact one of your most crucial capacities. Weaving together intimate testimony, unusal case studies, scientific controversies and rich cultural history, this work reveals and celebrates the fascinating failings of memory.
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