Theory of mind
So, most recently I have divided the human mind into four parts. It is like an apartment with two rooms
on the left and two rooms on the right. There is a corridor that connects the rooms and there are
entries between the rooms as well.

The first room on the left is the articulated memory. It could be a result of short term or long term
memory. We just can recall the facts/event clearly with details. The second room on the left in the non-
articulated memory. I will name it the mumbled mind segment. This room stores all partially
forgotten, not well learned or understood. It is extremely important since you can store much more
information there than in room 1 (the articulated memory mind segment). In the first room on the right
is the emotional storage (past and present). It has a huge impact on the left row of rooms and they
interact together. The second room of the right is the context of our life – outside impact. It can be
through our perception but also it can be a result of a mind control. It also interacts with all other

This is now what Argosy University classroom says about memory:
It is necessary to look at the current understanding of memory.

1.         Memory is not conceived of as a videotape or file that is possible to access at any point and
play forward or backward.

Comment: this does not contradict my theory.

2.        Rather, memory appears to be reconstructive in nature, building each active memory from
schemes or scripts you know well.

Comment: I do not agree with this statement absolutely. Memory can be nonarticulated. It can be like
a melody. For instance, you listen to Spanish and remember the melody of the language. Later you
recognize it is Spanish not based on articulated knowledge.

Citation: Nikolova, Lolita (2014) Theory of mind.
 World Culture Examiner Online, 24  May 2014.
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Lolita Nkolova.
Theory of mind.
Published on 24 May
2014, Salt Lake City,