Errors in memory recall, ToT, SoT, FoK and BoP. Operational classification

Errores en la recuperación de memoria, ToT, SoT, FoK y BoP. Clasificación operativa

Autores/as

  • Miguel Ángel Muñoz López Universidad Pedagógica de Durango
  • María del Rocío Hernández Pozo Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Omar David Almaráz Rodríguez Universidad Pedagógica de Durango
  • Juan Antonio Mercado Piedra Universidad Pedagógica de Durango
  • Flavio Ortega Muñoz Universidad Pedagógica de Durango

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56712/latam.v5i1.1678

Palabras clave:

memory, evocation, recall, tip of tongue, slip of the tongue

Resumen

The evocation of memory is a critical cognitive process that involves the activation of engrams, which in turn evoke concepts. During memory recall, errors often occur, some of which are well-known, such as the tip-of-the-tongue (ToT) phenomenon or slip of the tongue (SoT). A related variable is verbal taxonomy closely associated with ToT and SoT, as well as the anxiety variable, which has been linked to the occurrence of these phenomena. The results of this research identify errors unrelated to verbs, leading to the operationalization of previously unidentified phenomena called Bias of Perception (BoP) and feeling of Knowing (FoK). This paper explores these errors and their systematic occurrence. In summary, this document seeks to increase understanding of errors that occur during memory recall, their causes, and their implications for cognitive processes.

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Biografía del autor/a

Miguel Ángel Muñoz López, Universidad Pedagógica de Durango

María del Rocío Hernández Pozo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Omar David Almaráz Rodríguez, Universidad Pedagógica de Durango

Juan Antonio Mercado Piedra, Universidad Pedagógica de Durango

Flavio Ortega Muñoz, Universidad Pedagógica de Durango

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2024-02-09

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Muñoz López, M. Ángel, Hernández Pozo, M. del R., Almaráz Rodríguez, O. D., Mercado Piedra, J. A., & Ortega Muñoz, F. (2024). Errors in memory recall, ToT, SoT, FoK and BoP. Operational classification: Errores en la recuperación de memoria, ToT, SoT, FoK y BoP. Clasificación operativa. LATAM Revista Latinoamericana De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 5(1), 1365 – 1378. https://doi.org/10.56712/latam.v5i1.1678

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