For example, the family member may cover the light for various reasons and states of mind, such as (1) the light is annoying them; (2) they are trying to cover the patient’s pain for them; (3) they are acknowledging the presences of the patient's pain. While the patient may interpret the lighting up reaction from the family member covering the light from many different ways, such as (1) the family member is ignoring their pain; or (2) the family member is acknowledging the presences of their pain. But the question that arises is how would they know what the other is thinking when they are performing that action. I think this disconnection between action/gesture and user perception, especially between two separate people in different location, is something that will be important to think about as we continue to think about the concept of memory and experience.
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