Euphoric recall is a psychological term used to explain the tendency to only remember the good times. Addiction councillors use this nostalgic phenomenon to describe how selective memory works. Brian Cowen and Charlie McCreevy’s evidence to the banking inquiry last week was a classic case of human nature’s instinct to romanticise the past and to forget the negative consequences of mistakes.
Only the threat of criminal sanctions forced McCreevy to acknowledge...
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