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29 Feb amnesia

Forgetting what we once remembered, often in bulk. Amnesia is usually associated with some traumatic event in which the memory-access mechanism of the brain is damaged. It doesn’t typically mean that the memory has been “erased,” just that one can no longer read it. There are many documented instances of total amnesia and some of total recovery.
Keywords: memory
learning
association
hypermnesia
References: memory
psychology

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