La narratividad como mejora de la memoria

Marcos Alonso Fernández

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RESUMEN: En este artículo se defenderá una concepción de la memoria basada en los últimos avances neurocientíficos. Después, se expondrá y elaborará una propuesta para entender la narratividad -que habitualmente ha sido considerada un cierto tipo de identidad, la identidad narrativa- como un inveterado potenciador de la memoria. Para fundamentar esta tesis, explicaremos cómo la narratividad refuerza la memoria y compararemos la narratividad con otros potenciadores de la memoria.


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Memoria; identidad narrativa; potenciamiento de la memoria; identidad personal; neuroética

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