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Unformatted text preview: may not remember how he learned something, but he will be able to anticipate or even produce it. It is kind of like déjà vu. Often he may need a stimulus to spark that memory. For example, sometimes when I need to recover a memory for a test, I will think of a particular event while I was encoding it into my brain. For Wearing, at times, it was music and at times it was the sight of Deborah. I believe Clive has a chance to learn a great deal if he was to keep a video log of everything that he has done and kept watching it. This method was utilized in the film 50 First Dates . I am not sure if it will work, but it’s pretty clever. After all, repetition is key to remembering....
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- Spring '07
- Psychology, English-language films, Clive Wearing, anterograde amnesia