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Memories begin in early childhood and continue developing until life's end. The most essential memories often develop as children, imprinting on the mind and forming parts of one’s personality. These memories can change how one sees one's adult relationships and hobbies. They may also sometimes be flawed. 

In this category, you will find articles about the definition of memory, its function, and signs of memory loss. Maintaining a functional memory throughout your life can be crucial to avoid rapid memory decline in old age.


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