pseudomnesia

pseu·dom·ne·si·a

(sū'dom-nē'zē-ă),
A subjective impression of memory of events that have not occurred.
[pseudo- + G. mnēsis, memory]

pseudomnesia

(soo″dŏm-nē′zē-ă) [″ + mnesis, memory]
A memory disturbance in which the patient remembers that which never occurred.
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(80-81) Ugresic pays great attention to the pathologies of memory in such times of upheaval: amnesia, pseudomnesia, and hypermnesia.