Washington: Self-imagination – imagining something from a personal perspective – can be an effective strategy for helping us to recognize something we’ve seen before or retrieve specific information on cue, a study has shown.These beneficial effects have been demonstrated for both healthy adults and for individuals who suffer memory impairments as a result of brain injury.These findings suggest that self-imagination is a promising strategy for memory rehabilitation.But no study has investigated the effect of self-imagination on what is perhaps the most difficult, and most relevant, type of memory: free recall.Psychological scientists Matthew Grilli and Elizabeth Glisky of the University of Arizona decided to put self-imagination to the test.They wanted to compare self-imagination to more traditional strategies that involve sense of self in order to gain a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms that might be at work.
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