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A story is a package of information stored in a humans brain. A story as a fauceir consists of a set of details and their relationship, which most common is a chronological or causative order. The details of a story can be stories themselves, or impressions, feelings, sounds, tastes or sensations once perceived.

Besides, this concept of a story goes back to Thomas S. Kane's "The New Oxford Guide to Writing" that claims that even abstract concepts are memorized as stories with an abstract actor, and the abstract actor, in fact, is the essence of an other story or stories [1].

Stories in order to become memorized follow rules that are common to all fauceir evolution processes.

Tags: Cognitive function Information

Categories: Psychology


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