Memory Regression

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memory regression (v., adj.)
Applies toheadmates, system functions

Memory Regression is characterized by the memory of one or more headmates to have their memory going back to older memories, like they just happened.

The brain may also adjust itself to the age of the old memories, causing age regression.

The lost memories may or may not come back in the future.