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How We Remember–or not–the News

“Recent psychological research shows that our memory for news is not as straightforward Where Old & New Media Collide by Steve Rhodes and used here under a creative commons attribution, non-commercial, share-alike licenseas we might think — and the reasons offer insight into how the mind works. …  And the way you get the information matters, too. …  What’s striking is that a person’s score is not best predicted by the amount of news they watch on TV, but whether or not they read a daily newspaper.”

Remembrance of News Past  in the Sunday Review section of the NY Times.

I have to wonder if this result isn’t correlated with other factors.

 

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