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what you can repeat immediately after perceiving it

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The start of the Restoring Active Memory program marks an exciting opportunity to reveal many new aspects of human memory and learn about the brain in ways that were never before possible, said DARPA Program Manager Justin Sanchez.
WASHINGTON, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) applauded today's announcement by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that they have launched their Restoring Active Memory (RAM) program.
Thus by an active and voluntary recovery of memories, she reproduces the Jewish notion of history as active memory where the Subject can find her place.
Accessing these databases within active memory to tackle malware in real time is still feasible, but there will eventually come a day when IT security vendors have to resort to different approaches to ensure their software fully protects the host computer," he added.
These are the very years that are not in the current active memory of people alive today.
In the field of mental health, Energy Psychology is sought after for its influences on active memory recall and repatterning.
The manner in which this occurred suggests the active memory of earlier settlement layouts and grave orientations, rather than simply a passive response to physical impediments or opportunities.
Computer Worms are viruses that reside in the active memory of a computer and duplicate themselves.
In prison he experienced existential separation, he acknowledged an indebtedness to others, he practiced an active memory with regard to his own history, and he found solidarity with the suffering of others and his own suffering.
Emerson's death is a reminder that in the next couple of decades those with the active memory of King's life will be gone.
A vivid sense of history and an active memory, to be sure, lead only a relatively few people to violence.
The active memory of this event is now hopelessly confused and the efforts by conspiracy theorist or other well intentioned individuals to arrive at some apparent truth of the event is irrelevant.
The vast majority of forgotten or dissociated memories recalled in therapy occur not because of active memory retrieval efforts but because of"the creation of a context and a discourse that recognizes and acknowledges such traumas" (Price, 1995, p.
Biological symptoms can "bear witness to the actualities of traumatic events' for which a person has no active memory (Waites 1993, 36).