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  • Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin.

    嗨,大家好,歡迎來到 Life Noggin。

  • Have you ever tried to remember something but couldn't?

    你有試著想起一些東西,但卻沒辦法的經驗嗎?

  • Just the other day, I was trying to remember where I hid Triangle Bob's birthday present.

    就在前幾天,我試著記住我藏三角鮑勃生日禮物的地方。

  • I searched the whole house but still couldn't find it!

    我翻遍了整個房子,但還是找不到!

  • It would be so much easier if we all had perfect memories and never forgot anything.

    如果我們有完美的記憶力,而且不會忘記任何事,那一定會很輕鬆。

  • But is that possible?

    但這有可能嗎?

  • What would life be like if it was?

    如果可以的話會發生什麼事?

  • Before we get into that, this video was sponsored by our friends over at LastPass, they helped make this video possible!

    在我們深入討論之前,這部影片是由我們朋友 LastPass 所贊助,他們讓這集的內容成真!

  • LastPass is a great way for anyone to remember their password.

    LastPass 是讓任何人記住密碼的好方法。

  • You don't have to write, remember, or reset it because LastPass has all your passwords stored!

    你不必寫下、記住,或是重設密碼,因為LastPass 會幫你記住所有密碼!

  • It's time to get more secure and stop using your cats middle name for every password you make.

    是時候用更安全的方式,不要再用你家貓的中間名來設每個密碼。

  • Even though he is super cute.

    就算牠真的超級可愛。

  • With LastPass you can have a different password for every account without having to worry about remembering all of them.

    使用 LastPass,每個帳號可以使用不同的密碼,不用擔心要記住所有密碼。

  • LastPass relieves the trouble of looking for passwords, and the anxiety around getting locked out of accounts.

    LastPass 減輕了查密碼的麻煩,以及被鎖帳號的煩惱。

  • And that's awesome because I can't stand one more security question about my grandmother's maiden name or my high school crush.

    這真的太棒了,我不用再忍受任何安全問題,像是有關我祖母的娘家姓,或我國中喜歡的人。

  • How many times do I have to tell you I am not a robot.

    我都告訴過你們幾次了,我不是機器人。

  • I'm an animation.

    我是動畫。

  • You should trust me by now computer!

    你現在該相信我了,電腦!

  • LastPass let's you keep track of your passwords easily, so you can stay stress free.

    LastPass 會幫你紀錄密碼,讓你無憂無慮。

  • Put your passwords on autopilot with LastPass.

    使用 LastPass 將你的密碼放在自動駕駛儀上。

  • Click the link in the description find out more!

    在說明欄處點擊連結了解更多資訊!

  • Okay, now back to the video - Well, without cybernetic implants in your noggin,

    好,現在回到影片-如果腦中沒有植入式神經機械物,

  • a perfect memory might be out of reach, but there are conditions that greatly increase a person's memory.

    完美的記憶力會是遙不可及的,但是有些情況能讓人大大提升記憶力。

  • One of them is called hyperthymesia.

    其中一個是超憶症。

  • Hyperthymesia is a rare mental state or neurological condition where a person has a very detailed autobiographical memory.

    超憶症是一種罕見的精神狀態或神經系統疾病,患者會有非常詳盡的自傳式記憶。

  • Basically, they remember a lot about their past, much more than the average person.

    基本上,他們會記得很多過去的事情,遠遠超過普通人。

  • Some even claim to be able to remember every day of their life since childhood!

    有的人甚至聲稱從小就可以記住每天生活的事!

  • What's super interesting about this condition is that

    這種情況有個超級有趣之處,

  • people with hyperthymesia typically don't have an exceptional memory about everything:

    就是有超憶症的人通常對所有事情都沒有特別的記憶:

  • it's mainly restricted to what happened in their life and their own personal experiences.

    它主要侷限於生活中發生的事情和個人經歷。

  • Hyperthymestic recall also seems to be an unconscious effort,

    超憶症的記憶似乎也是種無意識的行為,

  • where a person often remembers things without even trying.

    患者常常不用努力就可以記住東西。

  • Just looking at an old calendar might trigger a detailed memory of something that had happened on that specific date.

    只要看著舊日曆,可能就回想起發生在特定日期的詳細記憶。

  • Nope. We are not gonna talk about what happened that Saturday.

    喔不。我們沒有要討論在周六發生的事。

  • All I'm gonna say is I bought this goat suit for NO REASON!

    我要說的是我無緣無故就買了這山羊套裝!

  • So how can someone have such an exceptional memory about their life?

    所以,怎麼會有人對他們的生活有這麼厲害的記憶?

  • Well, the answer might lie within your amygdala.

    嗯,答案可能在於你的杏仁核。

  • According to a recent study on hyperthymesia,

    根據近期一份關於超憶症的研究,

  • your amygdala may play a bigger role in your autobiographical memory than we once thought.

    你的杏仁核在自傳式記憶中,扮演著比我們曾經所認為更重要的角色。

  • Compared to those without the condition, the researchers found that HK, a man with autobiographical hyperthymesia,

    與那些沒有超憶症的人相比,研究人員發現香港一名有超常自傳式記憶的男子,

  • had an enhanced amygdala-to-hippocampus connection and greater right amygdala hypertrophy, approximately 20 percent.

    腦中有個增強杏仁核到海馬迴的連接,而且右側的杏仁核更加肥大了約 20 %。

  • Based on these findings, the researchers believe that

    根據這些發現,研究人員認為,

  • your amygdala may charge your autobiographical memories with emotional, social, and self-relevance.

    你的杏仁核可能會主導情感,社交和自我相關性的自傳式記憶。

  • This may very well allow you to store more autobiographical information, so not bad!

    這可能讓你很順利記住更多個人資訊,所以還不賴!

  • Now if I could just remember where I put Triangle Bob's present.

    現在,如果我可以想起我放三角鮑勃禮物的地方。

  • Oh yeah!

    喔,對!

  • It was a doughnut.

    是個甜甜圈。

  • I ate it.

    我吃掉了。

  • Well, sometimes things just happen.

    有時候事情就這樣發生了。

  • While we don't know for certain what it would be like if we never forgot anything,

    然而我們不確定,如果我們永遠忘不了任何東西會是什麼情況?

  • we can look at what life is like for people with hyperthymesia and extrapolate a little bit.

    我們可以看看超憶症患者的生活情形,並稍微推斷一下。

  • Though it may seem really useful to be able to remember so much, hyperthymesia has its downsides.

    雖然可以記住這麼多東西好像很有幫助,但超憶症還是有缺點的。

  • It can sometimes feel like a burden,

    它有時會感覺是種負擔,

  • causing people to be lost in a stream of memories that they don't always have control over.

    讓人迷失在他們不能隨時控制的記憶中。

  • Having this type of uncontrollable recall can make a person spend a lot of their time

    擁有這種無法控制的記憶力,會讓一個人花費大量時間

  • focused on the past rather than moving on and worrying about the future.

    專注於過去,而不是繼續向前,為未來擔憂。

  • This could be even worse if you had a perfect memory.

    如果你有完美記憶力的話,這可能會是件壞事。

  • Hyperthymesia can also feel pretty isolating.

    超憶症患者也會感到非常孤立。

  • Some with the condition have even described it like they were fluent in a language no one else spoke

    有的患者形容,這像是他們能流利地說著一口其他人不會說的語言,

  • or that it felt like everyone else has amnesia compared to them.

    或者把他們和其他普通人相比,普通人就像有失憶症一樣。

  • These feelings could be intensified for someone who never forgot anything.

    對於從未忘記任何事情的人來說,這種感覺可能會加劇。

  • It makes sense since you'd be able to remember so many things that your friends couldn't.

    這非常合理,因為你能記住你朋友無法記住的許多事。

  • Oh. Right. Your present. Um.

    喔對了,你的禮物。 呃。

  • Here's a hug from me?

    我給你一個擁抱如何?

  • Okay! Too long. That's too long! We're done!

    好了!太久了,真的太久了。好了!

  • So what do you think?

    那你們怎麼想呢?

  • Would you want to have a perfect memory?

    你想要有完美的記憶力嗎?

  • Let me know in the comment section below!

    在下方留言讓我知道!

  • Enjoyed this video?

    喜歡這支影片嗎?

  • Check out the one we did on what it's like to have no memory.

    來看看這支影片,如果沒有記憶力會怎樣?

  • Research shows that losing your memory to a disease like Alzheimer's isn't just about forgetting facts you learned in school,

    研究指出,像是阿滋海默症這種失去記憶的疾病,不僅僅是忘記你在學校所學到的東西,

  • or the name of the street you grew up on.

    或是你長大的地方的街名。

  • It can progress into forgetting how to go through your daily routines like eating and getting dressed.

    這可能會忘記如何完成日常生活,像是吃飯和穿衣。

  • As always, my name is Blocko, this has been Life Noggin, don't forget to keep on thinking!

    老樣子,我是 Blocko,這裡是 Life Noggin,別忘了繼續思考!

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin.

嗨,大家好,歡迎來到 Life Noggin。

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