Log in using the username and password we sent you
Lost your password?
Question: Why do we forget alot of things?
Asked by Jayden Waller to Diana on 9 Mar 2017.
answered on 9 Mar 2017:
because we are engaged in the present
very little is totally forgotten, rather new knowledge is combined with old
so when we try and remember some eetn or fact we cannot disentangle it form where it is mixed up with other things
Mary commented on 9 Mar 2017:
It’s really important that we forget some things – we can’t remember eveyrthing
Log in to Reply
Do you think your research would have the same results if you used song lyrics and titles, or book quotes?
Do you think that robots could ever be smart enough to turn against us humans?
which uni do you lecture in?
why do people turn to food if they are worried or upset?
What’s the worst addiction you have ever studied?
whats your favourite substance to mix things with?
Whats do you like about being a scientist?
why is alcohol bad for you?
Are you a Psychologist?
Will Our Bodies change in the future and if so, then why will it change?
View all answered questions
And the winner is…
How much of the coral has been damaged by us humans and why?
Is Been colour blind a problem with brain or the eyes
do you think people would like to hear about the reasearch you do at green man festival?
Would you engage with students?