Written papers on Memory

Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2023 09:13 pm

Are there any published studies on long term memory recall? Specifically, more minor details such as timelines and # of occurrences. For example, while memory of performing an action previously is easily retrievable in normal memory, the timelines in which they may have happened and how often are less so.
Has this ever been discussed in any papers?
Thank you!
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Reply Fri 17 Mar, 2023 08:21 am
You might do better going to a public research library (either a main public library or an open university library) to ask a professional librarian this question. I doubt that there are any experts (focused on this field) here.
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