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  • This leads to the assumption that the extent of the memory-trace is proportional to the amount of material transformed in a selfcatalysed chemical reaction, that the number of syllables memorized must be connected with the number of repetitions (or time of learning) according to the following function: Log. n = Kr + b; where n is the number of syllables memorized, r is the number of repetitions, and k and b are constants (that is, do not vary when n and r vary).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Grass uses the leitmotif of how she smelled, not unpleasantly, of "slightly rancid butter"; a reminder, a link back, a sociological memory-trace.)

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

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