This chapter looks at the role of event cognition in long-term memory. Just as different levels of representation contribute to online cognition, they also contribute to subsequent memory. Subsequent memory depends as well on knowledge about classes of events as represented in event schemas or scripts. As in the previous chapters, the principles of the event horizon model are used as a framework for how representations of events in memory are formed, stored, and accessed.
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