The attitude of most New York subscription audiences, and most New York musicians for that matter, toward works by Cage is almost invariably hostile. Cage regrets this but is not in the least daunted by it.
positive aspects tend to be remembered as part of the chosen option, whether or not they originally were part of that option, and negative aspects tend to be remembered as part of rejected options.
Once an action has been taken, the ways in which we evaluate the effectiveness of what we did may be biased. It is believed this may influence our future decision-making. These biases may be stored as memories, which are attributions that we make about our mental experiences based on their subjective qualities, our prior knowledge and beliefs, our motives and goals, and the social context. True and false memories arise by the same mechanism because when the brain processes and stores information, it cannot tell the difference where they came from
tourism is essentially a passive activity. you set yourself in a certain surrounding--expecting to be excited, amused, entertained. you need bring nothing to the situation. tourism and boredom