Recovered-memory



noun
1.
a memory of a past event that has been recalled after having been forgotten or repressed for a long time.
Compare false-memory syndrome.
recovered memory
noun
1.
the alleged recollection of traumatic events from childhood by a person undergoing psychotherapy See also false memory syndrome

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