These cells may mess up early memories
and could explain why adults can't remember their experiences as babies.
Thus, there seems to be a lot of flux in the early memories
that young children can retrieve, but more stability in the first memories of older children.
are recognized for their potential of having life-long impacts on the ones remembering them.
Noel Stapleton, who looked after Sadler's Wells for 20 years, has strong early memories
of the horse.
"Although I took to playing on turf wickets only in 2005 after shifting base to Netherlands, I treasure the early memories
of bowling fast with a tennis ball.
Clegg's early memories
are written in the third person, providing distance that lends itself to an ironic detachment.
His early memories
include being taken to the opera, ballet, museums, theater and films.
"My early memories
are all about Gordon Strachan, Tony Dorigo, Carl Shutt and Lee Chapman - people like that.
She always spoke fondly of her early memories
, dancing at Lake Nipmuc with her sisters and friends.
In this translation of a book first published in France in 2006 by Editions Robert Laffont, French psychotherapist Estrade draws on the work of Freud and Adler in analyzing the link between early memories
and later 'style of life.' With case examples, he discusses his principles of nuclearity (relating to the social structure appearing in memories) and movement (outward) in equating memories with dreams in their purpose and methods for accessing repressed memories.
Subtitled, "A Memoir," this book details Associate Justice Clarence Thomas' life from his childhood, including his early memories
of his life in Pinpoint, Georgia, moving to squalor to the African-American neighborhood of Savannah, Georgia, and then his formative, primary and secondary years growing up in the strict household of his grandfather, whom he called, "Daddy."
SCIENTISTS will today reveal how Beatles music has been crucial in the development of people's early memories