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Remembering as doing

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 February 2010

Ulric Neisser
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Department of Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta GA 30322. neisser@fsl.psy.emory.edu
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Abstract

Koriat & Goldsmith are right in their claim that the “ecological” and “traditional” approaches to memory rely on different metaphors. But the underlying ecological metaphor is not correspondence (which in any case is not a metaphorical notion): it is action. Remembering is a kind of doing; like most other forms of action it is purposive, personal, and particular.

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