Tip: Edgar Dale developed a cone shaped model (Dale's Cone of Experience, ) that represents how learners retain information. Learners.
Every single person walking this planet is dealing with something hard. Is it really possible for an adult to remember what it was like being a teenager? What is a memory you should have but just can't ever remember?.
The crying. The shame about the crying. The desperate embarrassment of mortality, of nudity. It's little short of a miracle that we don't remember.
On the contrary, say the therapists: adult survivors have repressed their memories of childhood sexual abuse for many years (they forget.
What do adults remember?', in A.D. Cockbum and E. Nardi (eds.), Proceedings of the. 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of.