The Dynamics of Perception and Memory: Why Our Mind Forgets and How to Remember Things by Robert Alan King is a book with 6,200 words. King explores the dynamics of perception and memory and their methodology in our everyday life, approaching the subject of memory as means to improve survivability. This book takes a close look at what memory is and how it works, as well as discusses what we are most likely to remember and the different classifications of memory. It also explores the problems with perception, the accuracy of memory, and why we forget. In addition, it examines how memory works with dreams and why they are often difficult to remember. Then, after going over the basic conjecture about memory, the book discusses memory recall and the steps we can take to better remember things we dont want to forget. Robert Alan King is also the author of Dream Interpretation and Meaning: Learning About Your Dreams and other psychological related publications.