Recall by Proxy

There are two main ways we access memory: Recognition Recall Recognition requires a simple familiarity decision. Recognition is the association of an event or physical object with one previously experienced. It involves a process of comparison of information with memory. Recall of an item from memory requires a two-stage process; the search and retrieval of… Continue reading Recall by Proxy

Overcoming Quackery and Other Tails, er, Tales

In my early days, someone once remarked to me that you really did not have to worry about someone stealing your ideas.  Odds were, you would have to metaphorically shove it down someone’s throat to get them to use it.  The introduction of change always starts with a new idea. So what is the life… Continue reading Overcoming Quackery and Other Tails, er, Tales