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  • Book Corner: Parallels between individual and collective memory examined

    Authors of the book, "Individual and Collective Memory Consolidation," say the primary thesis is that similar processes shape personal and group memories. Groups of people share information and build collective memories that are "different than the sum of the isolated memories of the individuals," they wrote.    Click photo to enlarge

    Authors of the book, "Individual and Collective Memory Consolidation," say the primary thesis is that similar processes shape personal and group memories. Groups of people share information and build collective memories that are "different than the sum of the isolated memories of the individuals," they wrote. Click photo to enlarge

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