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preconscious

 [pre-kon´shus]
the part of the mind that is not in immediate awareness but can be consciously recalled with effort, one of the systems of Freud's topographic model of the mind.
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fore·con·scious

(fōr'kon-shŭs),
Denoting memories, not at present in the consciousness, which can be evoked from time to time, or an unconscious mental process which becomes conscious only on the fulfillment of certain conditions. Compare: preconscious.
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fore·con·scious

(fōr'kon-shŭs)
Denoting memories, not at present in the consciousness, which can be evoked from time to time, or an unconscious mental process that becomes conscious only on the fulfillment of certain conditions.
Compare: preconscious
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