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- adj. That aids memory; mnemonic
- adj. Of or pertaining to anamnesis
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Aiding the memory.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Aiding the memory.
- n. The art of recollection or reminiscence.
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- adj. of or relating to anamnesis; aiding the memory
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Correspondingly, both Schelling and Schubert subscribe to an anamnestic model of the human soul.
Just a few words concerning mnemotechnique, mnemonic, and anamnestic.
Hines MT, Palmer GH, Knowles DP, Alperin DC, et al. (2003) Analysis of anamnestic immune responses in adult horses and priming in neonates induced by a DNA vaccine expressing the
Table 4, with a lack of unbiased data collection, anamnestic equivalence, equal diagnostic examination, equal clinical susceptibility, and "community control" for Berkson's bias for some studies.
The works of Alain Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour and Last Year at Marienbad) are perhaps the most famously anamnestic in cinema, but Two for the Road had a close precedent, Claude Lelouch’s 1966 A Man and a Woman, in which a couple’s budding romance is interlaced with each lover’s recollections of their late spouses.
n. - act of reminiscence; history of medical case. anamnestic, adj. - reminiscent; aiding the memory
An anamnestic response to the HBV vaccine challenge was observed in 96. 8% of subjects, including 17/21 (81. 0%) of children with initially undetectable antibodies (