Vivid Memory Research Paper

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1. What is your first, most vivid memory?
2. Tell me about your family, Parents, brother’s & sister’s. What memories do you have of each of them from when you were growing up?
3. What cultural values or religious belief do you think your parents tried to teach you?
4. What is something that you are most proud of in yourself in your life?
5. What are your education level and what is your perspective about the role of education?
6. What are your best memories of School / College that you would like to share?
7. Are you married? Do love and work fit together for you in your life?
8. Do you have any hobbies or Special interest? Are you involved in any Sports, music, or other extra-curricular activities during your leisure time?
9. What was your
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