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Do we forget things if we leave the room?
Like information in a book, unfolding events are stored in human memory in successive chapters or episodes. One consequence is that information in the current episode is easier to recall than information in a previous episode. An obvious question, then, is how the mind divides experience up into these discrete episodes.
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