Definition of Engrams

1. Noun. (plural of engram) ¹



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Definition of Engrams

1. engram [n] - See also: engram

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Engrams

engrailing
engrailment
engrailments
engrails
engrain
engrained
engraining
engrains
engram
engramma
engrammas
engrammatic
engramme
engrammes
engrammic
engrams (current term)
engraphia
engraphic
engrapple
engrappled
engrappling
engrasp
engrasped
engrasping
engrasps
engrave
engraved
engravement
engravements
engraven

Literary usage of Engrams

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1. The Sexual question: A Scientific, Psychological, Hygenic and Sociological Study by Auguste Forel (1908)
"Semon gives a series of analogous examples which show how engrams repeated ... engrams may be associated simultaneously in space, such as those of sight. ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"In Semon's phraseology germ-cells must, like nerve-cells, contain engrams, and these engrams must be (like nerve-engrams) bonded together by association, ..."

3. Biological Aspects of Human Problems by Christian Archibald Herter, Susan Dows Herter (1911)
"The mnemic theory holds that the germ cells share with the nerve cells the possession of engramsengrams linked by association so that they come into play ..."

4. Hypnotism by Auguste Forel (1907)
"It often occurs in the sequence of engrams that two or more similar engrams are more or less equivalently associated with one that has preceded. ..."

5. Hypnotism; Or, Suggestion and Psychotherapy: A Study of the Psychological by Auguste Forel (1907)
"It often occurs in the sequence of engrams that two or more similar engrams are more or less equivalently associated with one that has preceded. ..."

6. Sex: Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English by Henry Stanton (1922)
"Hence every memory picture is one of engrams, whether the impression is a conscious one or an unconscious one. According to this same theory the reawakening ..."

7. The British Journal of Psychology by British Psychological Society (1913)
"This also explains why a series of excitations can only give rise to associated engrams when during the original excitation the time intervals between the ..."

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