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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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