Fuzzy Memories

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fuzzy memories (n.)
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Fuzzy memories are a form of pseudomemory or exomemory that seems vague, is hard to recall, or feels wrong or incomplete in some way.

Examples of fuzzy memories are:

  • Being able to recall a memory only with some effort.
  • Feeling like a memory is wrong or inaccurate but being unable to place why or how.
  • A memory that is not fully detailed.

Fuzzy memories may or may not cause discomfort to those with them.

An individual may have one, several, or exclusively stable memories.

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Stable memories and unstable memories are other terms to describe the stability or clarity of pseudo- or exomemories.