Defining Memories

How we think about our past and how our past thinks about us

With Wine, You Drink What You Eat

The next time you smell a rose or eat a strawberry or drink a cup of tea, savor and remember. Those aromas and tastes are in your glass of wine. Read More

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Robert N. Kraft, Ph.D., is professor of cognitive psychology at Otterbein University. 


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