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To be remembered something must have a context

Remembering is a social cultural activity.  For many years, the study of human memory focused on the individual engaging in a cognitive activity that produced a specific representation of a past event at a specific time point.

 But memory is an active ongoing social process that has cascading effects over time, .Even when reminiscing to ourselves, there is an imagined audience, a way of expressing memories of our past selves to our current selves.

 What is remembered about any given event on any given day will depend on both the history of that memory, the specific local context within which the individual is remembering, and the larger sociocultural developmental history within which the individual is embedded.


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