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What makes a memory easy to recall?

What makes a memory easy to recall?


Memory Model (RE1), Matthew D. Dovel, 2014



R = E X I,
Memory Recall Facts [sensory] (R) = Emotion (E) X Intensity (I)

I = S + O,
Intensity (I) = Usual Human Experience (S) + Outside Usual Human Experience [Scale 1 – 10] (O)




Matthew D. Dovel

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