Of all the different topics we've covered this semester in class, the one that will stick with me the most is the memory topic. I thought it was interesting to learn about how the memory works and the different types memory there are. I think part of the reason it was so intriguing to me was the fact that we experience everything from that chapter every day, but you don't think about how it works until it is explained. For example, when they talked about Flashbulb memories, I'm sure everyone has experienced them but may not have realized it existed as an actual phenomenon in psychology. In addition, My grandpa has Alzheimer, so it's always interesting to me to learn more about what may be causing his disease and how it affects his brain. On a related note, I also enjoyed learning about other memory-related illnesses, such as retrograde and retrograde amnesia.
In light of the recent meme craze, I thought this would be a good one to include as it illustrates false-memory, which I'm guessing most people also have experienced at one point or another.