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Finding Dory

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Gabby Fernando

on 11 October 2016

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Transcript of Finding Dory

Outline of Presentation
Short Term Memory Loss

in Finding Dory
Movie Overview
Dory's Disability
How well was it portrayed?
Personal Reaction
Do I Recommend it?
Movie Overview
Dory's Disability
Short Term Memory Loss or Anterograde Amnesia
How Well Was it Portrayed?
Personal Reaction/
Do I Recommend
It?
Citations
Amnesia is the loss of memory due to a brain injury, fatigue, repression, shock, or illness and there is 2 types
How Well Was it Portrayed?
Amnesia. (n.d.). Retrieved October 04, 2016, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/amnesia
F. (2016). Film Theory: Is Dory a LIAR? (Finding Dory) - pt. 2. Retrieved October 04, 2016, from
F. (2016). Film Theory: Is Dory FAKING? (Finding Dory). Retrieved October 04, 2016, from
Finding Dory (2016) Synopsis - Plot Summary - Fandango. (2016). Retrieved October 04, 2016, from http://www.fandango.com/findingdory_164333/plotsummary
FINDING DORY.mp4. (n.d.). Retrieved October 04, 2016, from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_80N76k61vAUG5qUnFfdklrWHc/preview
In the prequel, she forgets Marlins name almost instantly
She forgets what she was talking about at the moment
"Just keep swimming"
"It runs in my family, at least I think it does"
"I've seen a boat"
Doesn't forget new characters names
by: Gabriella Fernando
Short Term Memory Loss or Anterograde Amnesia cont.
Lose their declarative memory, which is the recollection of facts
Retain their non-declarative/procedural memory, which are "skill" memories formed by repetition or practice
Thanks For Listening!
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