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Learn about the differences between eidetic memory and photographic memory.

Our memories begin as children, continue to develop into adulthood, and don’t stop until we pass on. We develop important memories as children. They imprint in our minds and form who we are as individuals. They carry over into adulthood and influence us in all of our future relationships. Memory is important force that influences our identities and how we see the world. Here you will find articles that help you understand what memory is, how it functions, and what are some signs of memory loss or dementia. It’s crucial to maintain a functional memory throughout your life so that it doesn’t rapidly decline in old age.

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