PERSONAL ACCSESS TO KNOWLEDGE - Coggle Diagram
PERSONAL ACCSESS TO KNOWLEDGE
Knowing is an active process and different from the notion "knowledge". Knowledge can be stored in various places but knowing can develop according to understanding and learning how to use knowledge.
Our minds can accsess to our deepest memories and be the reason appearing of the memories any time. The notion kowing, has an important relationship with our memories. Also our memories can take shape according to our perception.
declarative memory (memories that we can consciously recall)
semantic memories: memories of facts
episodic memories: memoriies from our own lives
non-declarative memory: memories that we cannot consciously recall but that we can neverthless perform
Most of our memories are temporary but if we use them always, they would not.
Hyperthymesia: People , who have hyperthymesia can remember and recall informations about themselves and about their lives. But they can have difficulties in remembering facts about the world.
Persistent memories: the memories we would like to forget but cannot (opposite of transient memories)
absent mindedness: This forgetfulness happens when people do not pay attention to what are they doing.
blocking: We can know what we know and what we try to recall but then we end up recalling the wrong thing.
misattribution: giving credit to the wrong reference (intentionally or mistakenly)
plagiarism: Because of misattribution people can being accused of plagiarism. (Plagiarism means passing off another person's work as our own work.)
power: There can be some factors, which can help us to remember an event, a memory.
AMBIGUTY AND VAGUENESS
ambiguty: when a phrase etc. can have more than one meaning
Sometimes people cannot recognise ambiguty. Some of them very different or difficult to recognise. It can lead misunderstanding of knowledge.
vagueness: when something is unclear
Vagueness can effect many words and phrases. We can see the effects of vagueness in daily life.