Definition of Reproductive memory

1. Noun. Recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall.

Exact synonyms: Reproduction
Generic synonyms: Recall, Recollection, Reminiscence



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reproductive Memory

reproductions
reproductive
reproductive adaptation
reproductive and urinary physiology
reproductive cell
reproductive cloning
reproductive control agents
reproductive cycle
reproductive division
reproductive endocrinologist
reproductive health
reproductive medicine
reproductive memory (current term)
reproductive nucleus
reproductive ratio
reproductive structure
reproductive surgeon
reproductive system
reproductively
reproductiveness
reproductives
reproductivity
reproductory
reproed
reprofessionalize
reprofessionalized

Literary usage of Reproductive memory

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Outline of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1896)
"If my reproductive memory is exclusively auditory, I cannot picture the African ... It is impossible to distinguish this ' secondary reproductive memory ..."

2. An Outline of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1897)
"If my reproductive memory is exclusively auditory, I cannot picture the African ... It is impossible to distinguish this ' secondary reproductive memory ..."

3. An Outline of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1902)
"It is impossible to distinguish this ' secondary reproductive memory ' from the true reproductive memory, unless we can compare our ideas with a more ..."

4. An Outline of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1897)
"It is impossible to distinguish this ' secondary reproductive memory ' from the true reproductive memory, unless we can compare our ideas with a more ..."

5. Psychology by William James (1892)
"A creature might be entirely devoid of reproductive memory, and yet have the time-sense; but the latter would be limited, in his case, to the few seconds ..."

6. Psychology by William James (1892)
"A creature might be entirely devoid of reproductive memory, and yet have the time-sense; but the latter would be limited, in his case, to the few seconds ..."

7. Psychology by William James (1892)
"In the next chapter, assuming the sense of time as given, we will turn to the analysis of what happens in reproductive memory, the recall of dated things. ..."

8. Psychology by William James (1893)
"In the next chapter, assuming the sense of time as given, we will turn to the analysis of what happens in reproductive memory, the recall of dated things. ..."

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