Definition of Personal memory

1. Noun. Memory for episodes in your own life.

Exact synonyms: Episodic Memory
Generic synonyms: Long-term Memory, Ltm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Personal Memory

personal injury
personal judgement
personal judgment
personal jurisdiction
personal jurisdictions
personal letter
personal life
personal line of credit
personal loan
personal locator beacon
personal locator beacons
personal lubricant
personal magnetism
personal manner
personal matters
personal memory (current term)
personal motivation
personal name
personal names
personal online desktop
personal online desktops
personal organiser
personal organizer
personal probability
personal pronoun
personal properties
personal property
personal record
personal records
personal relation

Literary usage of Personal memory

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1. Address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science Delivered by William Robert Grove, British Association for the Advancement of Science (1867)
"He has not only personal memory which brings to his mind at will the events of his individual life—he has history, the memory of the race; he has geology, ..."

2. Home-talks by John Humphrey Noyes (1875)
"It is very beautiful to think, that besides our personal memory, we have, in that good Spirit that whispers within us, a great transferred memory, or, ..."

3. Essays and Phantasies by James Thomson (1881)
"This personal memory of Smith's is day by day and hour by hour supported, corrected, strengthened, intensified, by the memories of Brown, Jones, ..."

4. Hours of Thought on Sacred Things by James Martineau (1900)
"There is the purely personal memory which reflects always the image of our individual selves ; revives our actual experiences ; writes our own biography ..."

5. Hours of Thought on Sacred Things: A Volume of Sermons by James Martineau (1879)
"There is the purely personal memory which reflects always the image of our individual selves; revives our actual experiences; writes our own biography; ..."

6. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1915)
"This may be called reminiscence or personal memory; but there is a large class of cases in which memory is impersonal. What is remembered in these instances ..."

7. The Ethical Aspect of Lotze's Metaphysics by Vida Frank Moore (1901)
"... the resemblance of an actual intuition, with an image which is the result of a previous intuition. The element of identity depends upon personal memory, ..."

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