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How Can We Reconstruct Stories Based on Memories?

Andreea Macovei, Diana Trandabat
2017 International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries  
the actual action This explorative study intends to identify memories, with an ulterior aim of temporally ordering narrative sequences for reconstructing the story of each character.  ...  Starting from the premise that memories contain temporal information, the goal is to see if this information can be used to restructure a discourse so that the entire action gets to be chronologically  ...  Features of memories With regard to the features of the memories identified so far, it can be observed that a memory is based on the trigger.  ... 
dblp:conf/ercimdl/MacoveiT17 fatcat:7aebrg6s25hrlpetxsplqqbjka

Tourist Memory Distortion

Kathryn A. Braun-LaTour, Melissa J. Grinley, Elizabeth F. Loftus
2006 Journal of Travel Research  
In the present article, we utilize the false memory paradigm from cognitive psychology to assess whether external information sources can distort how tourists remember their own past.  ...  However, those memories may be distorted by other types of information to which the tourists are exposed after they visit, such as advertising and other tourists' memory stories.  ...  That memory is important for the tourism industry because future decisions are based on it.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0047287506286721 fatcat:t4d73rgakfguvnvdk43btl2imu

Popular Cultural Memory

Karin Kukkonen
2008 Nordicom Review  
Popular cultural memory is a repository of conventions and imagery that are continually reconstructed in contemporary popular culture. Drawing on J.  ...  Assmann's writings on the functions and processes of collective memory, the present article develops popular cultural memory as a concept to describe the workings of context knowledge for media texts,  ...  Cin-derella, her shoe and the spell being broken when the clock strikes twelve can then be reconstructed in new contexts and can express or comment on them, as we saw above.  ... 
doi:10.1515/nor-2017-0190 fatcat:iinpieifyre6jmh4evhj6rfklm

Memories of Mogadishu: Reconstructing post-conflict societies through memory and storytelling

Asha Siad
2020 Bibliotekarz Podlaski  
For many members of the Somali diaspora, the fear of fading memories places a sense of urgency on them to keep these stories of their homeland alive.  ...  Ultimately, this project and this paper reveal the realities of how post-conflict societies, and individuals within them, reconstruct and reconcile their memories, in this case of their former home of  ...  Mogadishu is preserved in their minds and in their stories. The Memories of Mogadishu initiative is based in Canada and is one that I have been leading for several years.  ... 
doi:10.36770/bp.480 fatcat:jbl2lgprnzhv3nt27rh6rt4xkm

Reconstructive Memory, Psychology of [chapter]

H.L. Roediger
2001 International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences  
Memories are reconstructions of past events, not perfect recordings. These reconstructions can be accurate, but may also contain errors.  ...  The implication is that understanding how memories are recollected requires considering the complex interaction of individuals' preexisting knowledge, beliefs, experiences, and goals.  ...  The previous example demonstrates how reconstructive memories can be demonstrated with associative lists, but these memories can also be shown for semantic categories, as well.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b0-08-043076-7/01521-7 fatcat:otvg4l3pibbr3hklrvnamyfhwi

Reconstructive Memory, Psychology of [chapter]

Henry L. Roediger, Kurt A DeSoto
2015 International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences  
Memories are reconstructions of past events, not perfect recordings. These reconstructions can be accurate, but may also contain errors.  ...  The implication is that understanding how memories are recollected requires considering the complex interaction of individuals' preexisting knowledge, beliefs, experiences, and goals.  ...  The previous example demonstrates how reconstructive memories can be demonstrated with associative lists, but these memories can also be shown for semantic categories, as well.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-097086-8.51016-2 fatcat:exrkbmrnc5g6ndwmoc3rx7n7by

False Memories and Reproductive Imagination: Ricoeur's Phenomenology of Memory

Man-to TANG
2015 Meta: Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology and Practical Philosophy  
Both 'memory-distortion' and 'false memory creation' refer to the processes of recollection in which the recollected events are not actually happened.  ...  This paper has three aims: (1) to examine Ricoeur's analysis of memory and imagination; (2) to explain and reinforce the constructive role of memory; (3) to show in what manner the first two aims lead  ...  The flexibility of recognition is based on possibility of change in time (56). Recognition itself is based on temporality, that is, the flow of time.  ... 
doaj:0a6d0196db1e42e0a2ca02fdf3daa744 fatcat:lf55tfxrujhuxhurd5fqt5hieq

Traversal and Elaboration [chapter]

2014 Retrieval and Organizational Strategies in Conceptual Memory (PLE: Memory)  
To do so, we must discover how information can be organized in a large, constantly changing memory, and how it can be retrieved to answer natural language queries.  ...  We shall see that the memory structure to be proposed can actually aid the reconstructive process. We must put two additional restrictions on this organization.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315774930-13 fatcat:bvsq34xpcbeyzfrwjacir47nbe

Informing augmented memory system design through autobiographical memory theory

Elise van den Hoven, Berry Eggen
2007 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
This paper explains these AM theories, surveys literature on existing augmented memory systems and describes our own work in this area.  ...  You can compare this with a library metaphor that has been used to explain AM according to the record-keeping approach.  ...  Wessel for introducing us to and guiding us through the field of autobiographical memory, A. Kohlrausch and M.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-007-0177-9 fatcat:wzipvs63cnccjntj4v65gprw2q

Is memory schematic?

Joseph W. Alba, Lynn Hasher
1983 Psychological bulletin  
The central retrieval process of schema theory, reconstruction, is also discussed in this context.  ...  This article proposes a prototypical schema theory of memory.  ...  In so doing, we show how schema theories account for the three central phenomena of memory-accuracy, incompleteness, and distortion.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.93.2.203 fatcat:bnl425lnujhfzllvhjy4cf3fqa

Is memory schematic?

Joseph W. Alba, Lynn Hasher
1983 Psychological bulletin  
The central retrieval process of schema theory, reconstruction, is also discussed in this context.  ...  This article proposes a prototypical schema theory of memory.  ...  In so doing, we show how schema theories account for the three central phenomena of memory-accuracy, incompleteness, and distortion.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.93.2.203 fatcat:j2v2a4t5dffpzhfivoq5yiyvdy

False memories in highly superior autobiographical memory individuals

L. Patihis, S. J. Frenda, A. K. R. LePort, N. Petersen, R. M. Nichols, C. E. L. Stark, J. L. McGaugh, E. F. Loftus
2013 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Finding false memories in a superior-memory group suggests that malleable reconstructive mechanisms may be fundamental to episodic remembering.  ...  Paradoxically, HSAM individuals may retrieve abundant and accurate autobiographical memories using fallible reconstructive processes.  ...  Interviewer: Can you describe how the plane moved in the footage?  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1314373110 pmid:24248358 pmcid:PMC3876244 fatcat:l3oxkcmtifa2bbrvtvuvh5ga7m

Dolls4Peace Memorial

Rochele Royster
2021 Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy  
How can we best support those who witness and survive gun violence?  ...  The art of doll making was used to memorialize victims of gun violence in the city in record-high years of murders, while simultaneously creating a memorial of resistance, and initiating community-based  ...  How can we best support those who witness and survive this type of violence?  ... 
doi:10.15845/voices.v21i1.3153 doaj:8d733f98af7641cfbc3f29917b43672c fatcat:3oeci3kknvbudh6xevzcn3cdpy

Sweet and Bitter Memories

Natalia Baschmakoff
2006 Elore  
How does reminiscence talk originate, how can we make it come out, how is it channelled into speech and further geared into organised oral narrative, and what kind of information do we get through these  ...  Where accurate terms are required, we have to remember that what was told is not a "relic from the past", but a reconstructed facsimile of an event in the past, based on recollections and often lacking  ... 
doi:10.30666/elore.78553 fatcat:mxkgzlb3mfhoppwp6blb4k5y2q

Memory experts' beliefs about repressed memory

Lawrence Patihis, Lavina Y. Ho, Elizabeth F. Loftus, Mario E. Herrera
2018 Memory  
.], we documented several group's beliefs on repressed memories and other aspects of how memory works.  ...  Here, we present previously unreported data on the beliefs of perhaps the most credible minority in our dataset: memory experts.  ...  We reconstruct memories at retrieval. Expert #10: That memory is in part constructive, and we can systematically affect people's memories.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09658211.2018.1532521 pmid:30295132 fatcat:gw2zcby3yzgfhcbz5ef2etoa5i
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