What is the age when a child start remembering events and be able recall even when grown up?
And are boys and girls behave differently in this aspect ?
It varies widely - some remember a lot, others very little. And as you grow you forget a few things, but remember others. I think children with less happy childhoods remember less - like a shut out process, than children with a loving childhood.
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