Pseudomemory

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pseudomemory (n., adj.)
OriginMedical / Psychiatric terms

Pseudomemory is a fake memory, such as a spurious recollection of events that never took place, as opposed to a memory that is merely inaccurate.[1]

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Different from exomemory, in that instead of being a memory that happened from outside of the body, these are memories that did not happen at all.

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