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retrieval

 [re-tre´val]
in psychology, the process of obtaining memory information from wherever it has been stored.

re·triev·al

(rē-trē'văl),
The third stage in the memory process, after encoding and storage, involving mental processes associated with bringing stored information back into consciousness.
See also: memory.

retrieval

/re·triev·al/ (-tre´v'l) in psychology, the process of obtaining memory information from wherever it has been stored.

retrieval

Vox populi The obtaining of a thing from a place stored or sequestered. See Antigen retrieval, Egg retrieval, Microwave antigen retrieval.

re·triev·al

(rē-trē'văl)
The third stage in the memory process, after encoding and storage, involving mental processes associated with bringing stored information back into consciousness.
See also: memory
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Keywords: Self-organising map, Software retrieval, Query refinement, Thesaurus.
We evaluated a sentence-based procedure for improving word retrieval in two poststroke individuals with contrasting forms of aphasia.
On average, women are making anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 per egg retrieval.
A key challenge to retrieval in any type of system is how to represent the resources appropriately so that the user(s) can find what they are looking for.
Following The Disappeared, this novel continues the Retrieval Artist series that is based on Rusch's Hugo-nominated novella, The Retrieval Artist.