Definition of Reconstructive memory
1. Noun. Recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall.
Generic synonyms: Recall, Recollection, Reminiscence
Derivative terms: Reconstruct
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Literary usage of Reconstructive memory
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1. Social Security Programs in the U. S. by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"reconstructive memory One important discovery is that remembering is not just a matter of reproducing a copy of what happened in the past. ..."
2. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1889)
"It is not possible that the impression made by such things should merely be the result of reconstructive memory. At moments and in solitary places—and ..."