MommaTama's Meanderings

Just the musings of one Educator/ Psychologist



30th reunion

It is an odd thing seeing people after 30 years. Hearing their stories, talking about what you remember and what they do. There was a lot of “huh, I don’t remember that” or “that’s not how it happened”. I’ve discussed... Continue Reading →

“Memory: How it works and how to improve it”

I read somewhere once that chronic migraines are like mini-strokes throughout the brain. When I raised this point with my neurologist a few years back, he raised an eyebrow at me and made a hmm noise. But it is true... Continue Reading →


According to Baddeley, Eysenck and Anderson, "Confabulation occurs when the reported autobiographical information is false but not intentionally misleading" (2015, p.446).

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