true memory

Memory of an event that actually occurred, which appears to be stored in the left temporoparietal region, which is engaged in encoding auditorily presented words

true memory

Neurology Memory of an event that actually occurred; TMs appear to be stored in the temporal parietal region, where sounds are processed. See Memory. Cf False memory.
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I felt tears come into my eyes at the memory of her laughter, the true memory of the senses almost more penetrating than the reality itself.
The infamous legal defence "faulty memory syndrome" ("it happened so long ago that true memory fails, being replaced by false imagination") was once the dominant and successful court defence used against the victims.
Not sure if it is a true memory or remembered photographs, but I think George was still using a cigarette holder when we met.
For this reason, current research on human memory includes not only true memory analysis but also investigates the mistakes that occur when people try to remember past events.
Although support for this assumption has been found in tasks that measure true memory, less is known about how the structure of lexical knowledge affects emotional false memories.
But if testing indicates a true memory impairment, it's a warning sign for the individual to make provisions both financially and in terms of caretaking.
However, "'after you've been clinically evaluated and the clinician feels that you really do have a true memory impairment, then it's a warning sign for both the individual to prepare for the future and for caretakers to be aware that maybe this person might need more care or a plan for care in the future, and to make provisions both financially and in terms of caretaking that might be involved going forward for that individual.
Fellow journalists at the Syndicate also said that "Their work and great devotion created a true memory, a memory distant from the passing and current prejudices, to forever mark the minutes and details of the moment.
In this particular case, true memory was absolutely blocked," she said.
The state-sanctioned narrative had penetrated collective memory, but, in turn, the testimonies of survivors had had their impact on state propaganda, making the distinction between true memory and false history as futile as an explanation in purely functionalist terms: "Myth structured memory, but it also relied on memory to lend it moral and emotional authenticity" (p.
One night - I'm sure this is a true memory because I can still see him sweeping round the field as smoothly as if he was on rails - I witnessed the greatest harness horse of all time, the mighty New Zealander Cardigan Bay, who won the Inter-Dominion trotting championship and then went to America and beat the Yanks just as easily.
and while they will be hopeful that her family life is the true memory, they will also be gripped by the possibility that it is but a dark deception.