Definition of Hypermnesias

1. Noun. (plural of hypermnesia) ¹



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Definition of Hypermnesias

1. hypermnesia [n] - See also: hypermnesia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypermnesias

hypermethylated
hypermethylation
hypermetria
hypermetric
hypermetrical
hypermetrope
hypermetropia
hypermetropias
hypermetropic
hypermetropy
hypermiler
hypermilers
hypermiling
hypermilitarized
hypermnesia
hypermnesias (current term)
hypermnesic
hypermnestic
hypermobile
hypermobilities
hypermobility
hypermobility syndrome
hypermodern
hypermodernism
hypermodernist
hypermodernists
hypermodernity
hypermodified
hypermonopoles
hypermorph

Literary usage of Hypermnesias

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1. Multiple Personality: An Experimental Investigation Into the Nature of Human by Boris Sidis, Simon Philip Goodhart (1905)
"... amnesias are also ', hypermnesias. So strongly marked is this the case in functional psychosis that some investigators find that what really requires ..."

2. Psychiatry: A Text-book for Students and Physicians by Stewart Paton (1905)
"The hypermnesias are frequently exemplified not only by patients in the clinic, ... These hypermnesias as well as the param- nesias are frequently ..."

3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1893)
"... in the past is the degree of completeness and -vividness of recalled images. The pathology of memory includes two groups of cases, hypermnesias and ..."

4. Papers on Psycho-analysis by Ernest Jones (1913)
"... hypermnesias, and other manifestations of hypnosis, thia designation is evidently true. It has, however, too hastily been assumed that this dissociation ..."

5. A Text-book of Psychiatry for Physicians and Students by Leonardo Bianchi (1906)
"Besides the partial hypermnesias already spoken of, whose products are of little utility, one of the surest characteristics of the feeble-minded person lies ..."

6. Metapsychical Phenomena: Methods and Observations by Joseph Maxwell, Charles Robert Richet (1905)
"... phenomena produced under physiological conditions, more or less well-known, but frequent, such as hallucinations, hypermnesias; and second, ..."

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