Our Daily Bread, December 27, 1996
- During coffee break: "The reason I have such a wonderful memory for names is because I took that Sam Carnegie course." - Martin Buxbaum in Table Talk
I was relieved to find out that I'm not the only one who forgets things. Everyone does at one time or another, according to Karen Bolla, A Johns Hopkins researcher. These are the things people most often forget:
And if you can't remember whether you've just done something, you join 38 percent of the population.