Comment on Is Phone Dependency Impacting Our Ability To Remember? by James Rubec

February 14, 2014 James Rubec

This all relates back to neural trick our brains play called associative memory. Associative memory is when we rely on other people or things to remember things for us; it applies to notes we write on paper, we do it with source materials like reference texts and we do it all of the time with the people around us to remember context to conversations and facts.

The question whether smart phones are affecting our memory isn’t so much one of our brains actually doing less work. It is that we are relying on fewer objects, people and texts to store our notes, meetings and factoids.

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