In case anyone 'wonders', I use the term 'memory' in an atypical way. To me it refers to =all= activation-dependent structural-modification, not only to the specific information-content that's elevated into 'consciousness' when one 'remembers'. The latter does not occur without the former, and in my work, I emphasize the former because my work focusses, primarily, on the dynamics of neural functionality which is the basis for individually-unique information-content, and, only secondarily, the individually-unique information-content.
I do not focus upon what's in 'conscious thought', but how and why what's in everything derives in the functional Neuroanatomy - so, for me, 'memory' exists in a way that permeates the neural structure, and is much-bigger than 'conscious' stuff.
k. p. collins
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