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rem·i·nis·cence

(rem'i-nis'sens),
In the psychology of learning, an improvement in recall, over that shown on the last trial, of incompletely learned material after an interval without practice.
[L. reminiscentiae, from reminiscor, to remember]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

rem·i·nis·cence

(rem'i-nis'ĕns)
In the psychology of learning, an improvement in recall, over that shown on the last trial, of incompletely learned material after an interval without practice.
[L. reminiscentiae, from reminiscor, to remember]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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In thanking the Reminiscence Group members for their generosity, a spokesperson for the library confirmed that the large cabinet would enable volunteers to remove large photographs and other records from unsuitable shelves and file them more accessibly in the cabinet.
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The service will make reminiscence boxes available to people with dementia in Arrowe Park Hospital, and for use by local community groups and care homes via their local public library.
Work has begun on gathering reminiscences of former Presidents and Secretaries General.
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