In important ways, however, these proposals misremember
history, misconceive the role of participation, and misunderstand the relationship between expertise and democracy.
Over the years, I've remembered the tide more than the content, perhaps leading me to misremember
the article as something less than it is.
SLEEP-deprived people are more likely to misremember
events and imagine events that did not happen.
Although short birth intervals have long been linked to infant and child mortality, most research has relied on retrospective data, which may be inaccurate if participating par-ems misremember
the timing of events or omit mention of deceased infants.
We might fib, exaggerate, misremember
or gloss the detail but we do so in service of the unity and coherence of our own story.
From its ability to misremember
important events to misunderstandings, this link between subliminal and conscious messages makes for a fine account documenting a new science of the unconscious and of how the subliminal mind affects how we live.
They are governed - often by leaders who deliberately misremember
the past in order to misconstrue the present, for better or worse - and those who govern them must be held accountable for their actions, especially when human life is sacrificed.
Gender schema and prejudicial recall: How children misremember
, fabricate, and distort gendered picture book information.
And that's why I remember, or misremember
, the blue jacket, or coat, or parka, so strongly: because in the midst of history this moment of literary arousal is so palpable.
peaceful moments with wind, beautiful enraged moments you misremember
Or do I misremember
, and was it Barney Whose body was attracted by the carol?
Unlike the typical post-Enlightenment nostalgic, Odysseus doesn't misremember
his home or idealize what awaits him on Ithaka.