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Research - Notes: 1975
25th July 1975
182. When recalling a sequence of events the process implies that one event is associated with the next no matter how many thoughts are between them. Also one tends to miss many of the finer events.
183. Maybe the maximum amount of information that can be stored in one concept is the same as can be stored in short term memory. This tends to be true because only that which is in the short-term memory can act as the data for recall process. Yet we appear to be able to control the data quantity and detail used for recall - must be able to do this with those functions acting on short-term memory.
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