This essay explores the distinction between a memory and a photograph, the mistake in quantifying the two as synonymous, and their influence upon each other. Through a multilateral psychological analysis the author explores the many facets that memory has and how these variation are influenced by imagery.
Gordon, Meghan R.
"Memory and the Photograph: Similar But Not Synonymous (A Semi Eidetic Synthesis of a Semester of Exploration),"
Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 6.
Available at: http://scholarship.rollins.edu/rurj/vol5/iss2/6