[Cz-health-sci] Memory articles: structure
hcberkowitz at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 18 13:43:38 CDT 2009
We don't seem to have a top-level structure about memory in the neurologic sense, although there's more on computer memory. For an assortment of reason, I think we need a top-level one, with various subarticles on types and pathologies. I'm a bit disturbed with a bottom-up approach that seems to be starting with the controversial issue of recovered memory, an article which blurs into PTSD and legal issues.
Obviously, the neuroscientists among us are better qualified for the broad view. I'd be delighted if we just started with a good solid Memory/Related Articles pages, with appropriate disambiguation of Memory (biomedical term), to disambiguate from the many kinds of computer memory (e.g., RAM, ROM, CAM, TCAM, EEPROM, etc.) as well as things such as "memory of water".
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