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ugh said "I've tried to trick her in every way that I could." One day, he decided to question her without any prior information, about all the dates he'd interviewed her over five years. She simply rattled out, remembering the weather, personal details and the number of trips and dates when McGaugh went to Germany. "She just did it effortlessly," said McGaugh. "If I was asked `when did I take that trip to Germany, I would have been off by a year. She had the exact date."

Sobriquet in the Journal as AJ, she looks at this special ability as a mixed blessing. It also troubles her at times. "I think about the past all the time," she told McGaugh. "It's like a running movie that never stops. It's like a split screen. I'll be talking to someone and seeing something else. Like we're sitting here talking and ... in my head I'm thinking about something that happened to me in December 1982, Dec. 17, 1982, it was a Friday, I started to work at (a store)."

McGaugh is the founding director of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at UC Irvine and a research professor at the University. His research team is supported by neurophysiologist Elizabeth Parker, and University of Toronto’s Endel Tulving. Their findings are reported in the current edition of the journal Neurocase.


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