affect memory

af·fect mem·o·ry

the emotional element recurring whenever a significant experience is recalled.

affect memory

a particular emotionally expressed feeling that recurs whenever a significant experience is recalled.
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The expansion is not expected to affect memory chip supply until 2019 at the earliest, analysts said.
22 (ANI): Turns out, surgery and anaesthesia can slightly affect memory of patients.
This is the first study to show that artificial thalamic spindles affect memory, if administered in sync with slow oscillations.
Q I've heard that chronic stress can affect memory.
These inorganic substances play a vital role in the health and functioning of the brain, and research suggests that insufficiencies caused by aging or poor diet can negatively affect memory and cognition.
The debilitating illnesses affect memory, thinking, behavior, and the ability to perform everyday tasks.
2 micrograms of THC in his system" - the main ingredient found in cannabis that can affect memory, co-ordination, thinking and time perception, Bolger, of Harebell Close, Ingleby Barwick, pleaded guilty to drug-driving at a previous hearing after initially pleading his innocence.
Dementia is a collective name for progressive degenerative brain syndromes, which affect memory, thinking, behavior and emotion.
The current group is highly regarded by its attendees - although dementia can affect memory, those in the early stages still understand emotion and connect attending the Blooming Well sessions with happiness.
It doesn't just offer analysis, though: it pairs this with exercises and techniques that readers can use to more easily process and retrieve information, and it covers efforts, attitudes, and health issues that can affect memory and how thoughts are organized.
There are 20 chapters divided into three parts: how memory works; how memory changes as we age; factors that affect memory.