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Some Dimensions of Remembering: Steps Toward a Neuropsychological Model of Memory

  • Karl H. Pribram

Abstract

Interest in the relation of macromolecules to behavior centers on the memory process. It is memory that allows an organism to act on the basis of occurrences removed in time—past and future. It is memory also that allows an organism to act appropriately to present circumstances, for without memory these events constitute nothing more than William James’ “buzzing, blooming confusion.” The guiding assumption is that this “memory” is effected by macromolecular change in protoplasm, especially in brain tissue. A good part of the search has been for the memory macromolecule; the contents of the present volume attest to the success attained by this approach.

Keywords

Interference Pattern Nerve Impulse Arrival Pattern Memory Mechanism Temporal Code 
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  • Karl H. Pribram
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  1. 1.Stanford UniversityStanfordUSA

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