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Differential time-dependent effects of emotion on recollective experience and memory for contextual information

Tali Sharot, Andrew P. Yonelinas
2008 Cognition  
Emotion has been suggested to slow forgetting via a mechanism that enhances memory consolidation.  ...  Recollective experience was enhanced for emotional compared to neutral photos after a 24-h delay, but not immediately after encoding.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by Grant MH059352 to A.P.Y, and the Margaret and Herman Sokol Postdoctoral Fellowship to TS. We thank K. Gulbransen, S. Magliulo and K.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2007.03.002 pmid:17451666 fatcat:mgl5j6n6mzhzro44trpvhkjeru

A ubiquitous photo frame to provide reminders to older adults

Orlando Erazo, Gleiston Guerrero Ulloa, Rachell Santana Sornoza, Betty Chávez Boza
2020 Revista Conrado  
As a first attempt, the current proposal consists of using a photo frame to provide these reminders. The developed prototype, using mobile devices, has been evaluated applying case study research.  ...  Over the years people tend to forget activities that take place every day, and particularly those ones that they do not carried out frequently.  ...  These capabilities allow remembering events, dates, personal information, etc. that particularly seniors might forget.  ... 
doaj:84e71302fe2a4f0e92a784809c2f3547 fatcat:gu5znubtangarct4bc6vk73z3a

Learning from Human Memory: Managed Forgetting and Contextualized Remembering for Digital Memories

Claudia Niederée
2015 International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries  
In the human brain, forgetting is a very effective way of focusing on the important things, while unstressing irrelevant details.  ...  In this paper, we present selected results of the ForgetIT project with a special focus on the concept of managed forgetting in digital memories and on personal preservation.  ...  The idea here is to learn from human forgetting and remembering, while not copying it. Rather, it is desirable to complement human forgetting.  ... 
dblp:conf/ercimdl/Niederee15 fatcat:yzn2g7o2ujhadj7sbaghuopbsq

Point-and-Shoot Memories

Linda A. Henkel
2013 Psychological Science  
Acknowledgments Thanks to Alyssa Accomando, Chelsea Morales, and Andrea Teofilo for their work on this project, and to Jill Deupi and Carey Weber of the Bellarmine Museum of Art for their help and support  ...  Thanks also to Ira Hyman and two anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments.  ...  In this regard, taking a photo could serve as a cue to "dismiss and forget," as in directed-forgetting studies in which people's memory for items they were told to forget was typically worse than for items  ... 
doi:10.1177/0956797613504438 pmid:24311477 fatcat:zyaje2j5krczregi3h3behhz4q

Impact of reviewing lifelogging photos on recalling episodic memories

Passant El Agroudy, Tonja Machulla, Rufat Rzayev, Tilman Dingler, Markus Funk, Albrecht Schmidt, Geoff Ward, Sarah Clinch
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing Adjunct - UbiComp '16  
Near-continuous capture and sharing of photos have generated a need to summarize and review relevant photos to revive important events.  ...  Photos are a rich and popular form for preserving memories. Thus, they are widely used as cues to augment human memory.  ...  We will explore the following questions: FREQUENT TERMS "Retrieval Induced Forgetting (RIF)" refers to the forgetting of some information due to trying to remember other relevant information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2968219.2968562 dblp:conf/huc/AgroudyMRDF0WC16 fatcat:56on5ki4gzecrg3x5lrf56pnc4

Neural Evidence That Vivid Imagining Can Lead to False Remembering

B. Gonsalves, P. J. Reber, D. R. Gitelman, T. B. Parrish, M.-M. Mesulam, K. A. Paller
2004 Psychological Science  
The imperfect nature of memory is highlighted by the regularity with which people fail to remember, or worse, remember something that never happened.  ...  Subsequently, they sometimes claimed to have seen photos of specific objects they had imagined but not actually seen.  ...  Acknowledgments-This research was supported by National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Grant NS34638 to K.A.P.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0956-7976.2004.00736.x pmid:15447635 fatcat:wnqhu2vd3rafxfwgo723wm5rqy

Rediscovery of forgotten images in domestic photo collections

David M. Frohlich, Steven Wall, Graham Kiddle
2012 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
The exponential growth of digital photo collections, combined with the legacy of printed photographs, is leading families to experience difficulties in remembering and finding photographs.  ...  Ten families with teenage children were interviewed at home about photo archiving and re-use before being asked to carry out a creative photo retrieval task.  ...  Compared to remembering, forgetting has received little attention in the research literature [2] , yet the forgetting of images is becoming a serious problem as the size of image collections rises exponentially  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-012-0612-4 fatcat:eqbtotgyzff3jfstz4jokfrf3i

What makes a picture memorable?

Aude Oliva, Phillip Isola, Aditya Khosla, Wilma A. Bainbridge
2013 SPIE Newsroom  
This means that despite varied experiences, individuals tend to remember and forget the same images.  ...  likely forget.  ... 
doi:10.1117/2.1201304.004806 fatcat:hslrxy5pmva3lfjmn3w6gu5k44

Rethinking the Mobile Food Journal

Felicia Cordeiro, Elizabeth Bales, Erin Cherry, James Fogarty
2015 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '15  
We then report on interviews and a field study with 27 participants using a lightweight, photo-based food journal for between 4 to 8 weeks.  ...  We discuss mismatches between motivations and current designs, challenges of current approaches to food journaling, and opportunities for photos as an alternative to the pervasive but often inappropriate  ...  Finally, although participants reported photo-based capture reduced barriers to journaling, simply forgetting to journal remains a challenge. 95% of participants with prior experience reported forgetting  ... 
doi:10.1145/2702123.2702154 dblp:conf/chi/CordeiroBCF15 fatcat:jufnlvpkprbfpoibxtxdjguv4q

Media, technology, and the sins of memory

Daniel L. Schacter
2021 Memory, Mind & Media  
This article discusses the impact of media and technology on four memory sins: transience (forgetting over time), absent-mindedness (lapses in attention that produce forgetting), misattribution (attributing  ...  effects on susceptibility to memory distortion.  ...  Murphy et al probed whether participants remembered the events, and they found that nearly half of the participants claimed to remember the event depicted in at least one of the fake photos/headlines.  ... 
doi:10.1017/mem.2021.3 pmid:34423305 pmcid:PMC8373035 fatcat:cw4d2ma7djcpfnxcj6mdzsr6za

Informing augmented memory system design through autobiographical memory theory

Elise van den Hoven, Berry Eggen
2007 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Often it is assumed that in order to remember all those events, you just need to record everything and when you replay these recordings you will remember those events.  ...  You can compare this with a library metaphor that has been used to explain AM according to the record-keeping approach.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank I. 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

A low-power, distributed, pervasive healthcare system for supporting memory

Dirk de Jager, Alex L. Wood, Geoff V. Merrett, Bashir M. Al-Hashimi, Kieron O'Hara, Nigel R. Shadbolt, Wendy Hall
2011 Proceedings of the First ACM MobiHoc Workshop on Pervasive Wireless Healthcare - MobileHealth '11  
photo from The wearable rememberance agent: a system for augmented memory; Rhodes (1997) , SenseCam • Photos reviewed later • Improvements in studies • Lots of photos to sort through SenseCam  ...  Talking to Ian, Steve, Richard. Remind the user when and where they last spoke to these people. Increase photo capture rate.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2007036.2007043 dblp:conf/mobihoc/JagerWMAOSH11 fatcat:n3wv4kkoy5ardiuclddsyebta4

The Bigger Picture: The Use of Mobile Photos in Shopping [chapter]

Maryam Tohidi, Andrew Warr
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Today, shoppers use their phones to make more informed shopping decisions by researching products and merchants, save money using price comparison, mobile coupons and daily deal apps, even purchase products  ...  This paper demonstrates the key role mobile photos play in the shopping process, documenting use cases, practices and pain points, and informing opportunity areas for mobile shopping applications and services  ...  One participant said "I usually forget the grocery list but not my phone. So I just take a photo of it."  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40498-6_71 fatcat:nruzvmzuyndtxcoxgldidxuib4

Page 126 of Out West Magazine Vol. 18, Issue 1 [page]

1903 Out West Magazine  
But here is a city that the foothills have caught up into their arms, sheltering it from the sandstorms on the northeast, yet lifting it up to the southwest where the sea breeze, forgetting its rigor,  ...  Remembering the advantages of climate and healthful location, we do not wonder that the wily Spaniard said, “There we will build our home.” DECEMBER PEAS AT WHITTIFR. Photo by Ramsey.  ... 

Forget 360 video booth rental Mission Viejo: 3 Replacements You Need to Jump On

2022 Zenodo  
1: Instant Gratification Since our experts started utilizing our phones for photos, our team neglected exactly how really good it experiences to possess a genuine, real printing in our palms.  ...  With a photo booth, you may take that wacky photo along with a loved one you haven't viewed in years and also got a photograph immediately.  ...  to take house and also remember what a blast they had.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6618691 fatcat:rj24eczxordbvnmoicptarprvq
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