October 21, 2015
Try to remember a phone number. You’re now using “sequential memory,” in which your mind processes a sequence of numbers, events, or ideas. It underlies how people think, perceive, and interact as social beings. To understand how sequential memory works, researchers have built mathematical models that mimic this process.
Taking this a step further, Mikhail Rabinovich, a physicist and neurocognitive scientist at the University of California,… read more