Hypermnesia: Abnormally strong memory of the past. As compared to hypomnesia and amnesia. From hyper- + the Greek mneme, memory.
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1. Extreme power of memory. ... 2. A capacity under hypnosis for immediate registration and precise recall of many more individual items than is thought possible under ordinary circumstances. ... Compare: hypomnesia. ... Origin: hyper-+ G. Mneme, memory ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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(hi″pәrm-ne´zhә) extreme retentiveness or unusual clarity of memory. adj. hypermnes´ic., adj.
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(from the article `memory abnormality`) Enhancement of memory function (hypermnesia) under hypnosis and in some pathological states was frequently described by 19th-century medical writers; ...
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hypermnesia (high' puhrm NEE zhuh, high' puhrm NEE zhi uh) 1. Exceptionally exact or vivid memory, especially as associated with certain mental illnesses. 2. An abnormally vivid or complete memory or the reawakening of impressions apparently long forgotten (as in a moment of extreme danger when drowning, etc.). 3. A capacity under hypnosis for ..
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Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pĕrm-nē′zē-ă Definitions: 1. Extreme power of memory. 2. A capacity under hypnosis for immediate registration and precise recall of many more individual items than is thought possible under ordinary circumstances.
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