A Moving, Perhaps Incomplete Explanation of Remembering

Comes now (or came in 2010, anyway), an only partial explanation of a phenomenon: “Why do we move our eyes while trying to remember? The relationship between non-visual gaze patterns and memory,” Dragana Micic, Howard Ehrlichman and Rebecca Chen, Brain and Cognition, 2010 Dec;74(3):210-24. The authors, at  City University of New York (CUNY), report: “reasons […]