More self-tutoring: the tutor does initial probing about memory accuracy.
I’m sure I recall having confident memories that turned out wrong when I compared them to other evidence.
Today I read an article from the The New Yorker, by Maria Konnikova, in which she confronts the idea of inaccurate memory.
My understanding of Konnikova’s message is that when you have an emotionally charged memory, your awareness that it happened is strong, but you recall its surrounding details less particularly. However, you think you know virtually everything you experienced, since your memory that it happened, being emotionally fueled, is so strong.
So, with an emotionally important memory, while confidence that it happened might make sense, recall of its surrounding details is perhaps less trustworthy.
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