Reconstructive memory - description

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  • Reconstructive memory is the theory that memories are not exact copies of what is encoded and stored but are affected by prior experience and prior knowledge in the form of schemas.
  • Schemas are an organised package of information about a certain thing that stores knowledge about the worlds. It is a mental representation.
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