- Eidetic memory
- found: Work cat.: Adler, D. Young Cam Jansen and the dinosaur game, c1996: p. 7 (Cam has an amazing memory. "My memory is like a camera ... I have a picture in my head of everything I've seen" ... because of her great memory, people started to call her "the Camera." Then "the Camera" became just Cam)
- found: International Parenting Association, Inc.'s Child Genuis Magazine website. Online, Oct. 2, 2000, Photographic Memory and the Image Brain by Clare Parker (Having photographic memory is being able to access information from memory instantaneously. The person with photographic memory can recall any information from any book he has read or page he has seen. Each page can be viewed on the screen of his mind as if it were a snapshot.)
- found: Online Britannica Oct. 2, 2000 memory abnormality (The case of a Russian mnemonist (memory artist), "S," was studied over a period of 30 years ... This man's exceptional mnemonic ability seemed largely to depend on an outstandingly vivid, detailed, and persistent visual memory, almost certainly eidetic ("photographic") in nature.)
- found: Noll, R. The encyc. of memory and memory disorders, 1994: p. 177 (photographic memory: the long-term persistence of mental images, technically known as eidetic memory)
- 2000-10-10: new
- 2000-11-27: revised
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