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An exploration of the connections between research, practice and the various constructs of literacy.
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Music and Memory: 5 Awesome New Psychology Studies

Music and Memory: 5 Awesome New Psychology Studies | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it
Music aids language learning, helps injured brains remember, causes widespread brain activation and more... (RT @PsychologyNow: Music and Memory: 5 Awesome New Psychology Studies: Music aids language learning, helps inju...

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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, December 25, 2013 4:42 PM

"Psychologists have been fascinated by this connection between music and memory. Here are five recent psychology studies which demonstrate the intimate link between music and memory."

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The Internet Has Become the External Hard Drive for Our Memories: Scientific American

The Internet Has Become the External Hard Drive for Our Memories: Scientific American | Linking Literacy, Research, and Practice | Scoop.it

 

For millennia humans have relied on one another to recall the minutiae of our daily goings-on. Now we rely on “the cloud”—and it is changing how we perceive and remember the world around us

 

A couple receives an invitation to a birthday party. Through long experience, each intuitively knows what to do next. One partner figures out whether the dress code is formal or casual. The other makes a mental note of the time and place of the gathering so that they don't forget.

 

To some degree, we all delegate mental tasks to others. When presented with new information, we automatically distribute responsibility for remembering facts and concepts among members of our particular social group, recalling some things on our own and trusting others to remember the rest. When we can't remember the right name or how to fix a broken machine, we simply turn to someone else charged with being in the know. If your car is making a clunking noise, you call Ray, your gearhead friend. can't remember who starred in Casablanca? Marcie, the movie buff, knows. All types of knowledge, from the prosaic to the arcane, get apportioned among members of the group, whether the social unit in question is a married couple or the accounting department of a multinational corporation. In each case, we don't only know the information stored within our own minds; we also “know” what kinds of information other members of our social group are entrusted with remembering.

 


Via Miloš Bajčetić, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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