BBC Brain Story, 2
… and I’d go on to explain that much of what we take to be memory loss has other explanations.
For instance, as our values change with age, we often don’t care about certain things to the degree we used to, and we therefore don’t pay much attention to them anymore. The “memory problems” of the elderly are often simply due to the fact that they haven’t noted something that they find rather uninteresting.
— Ellen Langer
2011.11.25 Friday ACHK