A problem with using memory trace decay theory to explain forgetting from long-term memory is that

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    older people can still remember things from their early years.
     there is no physical change in the brain when forming long-term memories.
     older memories always get lost, while newer memories always remain.
     older people cannot remember events in their childhood.
asked May 17, 2013 in Psychology by anonymous
    

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older people can still remember things from their early years.
answered May 18, 2013 by ProAnswers ~Top Expert~ (7,505 points)



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