amnesia

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{i} hafıza kaybı

Amnezi kısmen veya tamamen hafıza kaybıdır. - Amnesia is a partial or total loss of memory.

İlk hafıza kaybını asla unutmayız. - We never forget the first amnesia.

amnezi

Amnezi kısmen veya tamamen hafıza kaybıdır. - Amnesia is a partial or total loss of memory.

Amnezi, hafıza kaybı anlamına gelir. - Amnesia means loss of memory.

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bellek yitimi
(Tıp) Hafızayı kaybetme, unutkanlık, amnezi
{i} unutkanlık
hafıza kayıp
psik amnezi
amnesic
Hafıza kaybına sebep olan
source amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kaynak amnezisi
amnesic
unutkan
obstetric amnesia
obstetrik amnezi
retrograde amnesia
retrograd amnezi
anterograde amnesia
anterograd amnezi
affective amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duygusal amnezi
amnesiac
hafızasını kaybetmiş
amnesiac
unutkan
amnesic
amnezik
elective amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçici amnezi
episodic amnesia
(Tıp) olaylı amnezi
episodic amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) olaysal amnezi
global amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) küresel amnezi
global amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genel amnezi
hysterical amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) histerik amnezi
psychogenic amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruhsal kökenli amnezi
psychogenic amnesia
(Tıp) psikojen amnezi
selective amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçici amnezi
tactile amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) temas amnezisi
temporal lobe amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şakak lopu amnezisi
transient amnesia
(Tıp) geçici amnezi
transient global amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) geçici küresel amnezi
verbal amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sözel amnezi
visual amnesia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) görsel amnezi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Loss of memory; forgetfulness
the loss of partial or total explicit memory
Loss of memory caused by brain damage or by severe emotional trauma
Lack of memory about events occurring during a particular period of time Several varieties are relevant: Anterograde amnesia - inability to remember eventsbeginning with the onset of the injury; essentially, severly decreased ability to learn Retrograde amnesia - loss of memory for events preceding the injury Post-traumatic amnesia (PTA) the period of anterograde amnesia following a head injury Unable to store new information
-The inability to recall significant events or other important information which is too extreme to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness; the absence of memory;; usually experienced in DID to some extent between certain identities
Condition that enables a woman who has gone through labor to make love again
Loss of memory, frequently occuring as a result of brain injury (Anderson)
inability to recall past experiences
Condition that enables a woman who has gone through labor to try for another baby
Condition that enables a woman who has gone through labor to have kids again
Partial or total loss of memory
Loss of memory Usually only a partial loss such as for a period of time or biographical information Analysis See Psychoanalysis Anxiety The physiological and psychological reaction to an expected danger, whether real or imagined
Choose 1 of the defending Pokémon's attacks The defending Pokémon cannot use that attack next turn Pokémon with this attack: Poliwhirl L28, Wooper L18, Misty's Poliwag
loss of memory
A condition that enables a woman who has gone through labour to have sex again
Lack of memory about events occurring during a particular period of time See also: anterograde amnesia, retrograde amnesia, post-traumatic amnesia [Click Here to Return to List]
partial or total loss of memory; "he has a total blackout for events of the evening"
loss of memory syndrome, characterised by intact LTS and preserved procedural memory and which is caused by damage to one of two specific brain regions, the temporal lobes or the diencephalon
Lack of memory about events occurring during a particular period of time See also: anterograde amnesia, retrograde amnesia, post-traumatic amnesia
This is a loss of memory caused by brain damage, or severe emotional trauma
If someone is suffering from amnesia, they have lost their memory. the medical condition of not being able to remember anything (, probably from amnestia; AMNESTY). Loss of memory as a result of brain injury or deterioration, shock, fatigue, senility, drug use, alcoholism, anesthesia, illness, or neurotic reaction. Amnesia may be anterograde (in which events following the causative trauma or disease are forgotten) or retrograde (in which events preceding the trauma or disease are forgotten). It can often be traced to a severe emotional shock, in which case personal memories (e.g., identity) rather than less-personal material (e.g., language skills) are affected. Such amnesia seems to represent an escape from disturbing memories, and is thus an example of repression; these memories can generally be recovered through psychotherapy or after the amnesiac state has ended. Amnesia may occasionally last for weeks, months, or even years, a condition known as fugue. See also hypnosis
Forgetfulness; also, a defect of speech, from cerebral disease, in which the patient substitutes wrong words or names in the place of those he wishes to employ
{i} condition caused by illness or injury and characterized by forgetfulness
partial or total loss of memory; "he has a total blackout for events of the evening
amnesiac
Person who suffers from loss of memory (amnesia)
amnesic
Of, pertaining to, or suffering from amnesia
amnesic
A person suffering from amnesia
anterograde amnesia
The inability to remember new information from the period beginning the amnesic episode
retrograde amnesia
The loss of memories from the period leading up to the amnesic episode
amnesic
Causing amnesia, amnestic
Amnesic
of or relating to or caused by amnesia
Amnesic
suffering from a partial loss of memory
amnesiac
{s} of amnesia, of a condition which results in a loss of memory
amnesiac
Someone who is amnesiac has lost their memory. She was taken to hospital, apparently amnesiac and shocked. An amnesiac is someone who is amnesiac. Even profound amnesiacs can usually recall how to perform daily activities
amnesiac
suffering from a partial loss of memory
amnesiac
a person suffering from amnesia
amnesiac
{i} one who suffers from amnesia (memory loss)
amnesic
{s} of or pertaining to amnesia
amnesic
a person suffering from amnesia suffering from a partial loss of memory
anterograde amnesia
An inability to recall events that occur after some disturbance to the brain
anterograde amnesia
the difficulty in purposefully forming new memories after an injury to memory function without any effect on the ability to retrieve memories stored prior to the injury; one meaning of antero- is "before"; people with anterograde amnesia forget new information before they even have a chance to store it
anterograde amnesia
A memory disorder characterized by an inability to store and/or retrieve new information in long-term memory (p 258)
anterograde amnesia
Inability to consolidate information about ongoing events Difficulty with new learning
anterograde amnesia
Inability to consolidate information about ongoing events Difficulty with new learning [Click Here to Return to List]
anterograde amnesia
loss of memory for events immediately following a trauma; sometimes in effect for events during and for a long time following the trauma
posthypnotic amnesia
selective amnesia after being in a hypnotic state of events occurring during hypnosis or of information designated by the hypnotist
retrograde amnesia
the inability to recall events immediately preceding an accident or injury but without a loss of earlier memory
retrograde amnesia
Inability to recall events that occurred prior to the accident; may be a specific span of time or type of information
retrograde amnesia
The inability to recall events that occurred prior to a traumatic event
retrograde amnesia
inability to remember events immediately preceding the head injury or event
retrograde amnesia
A memory disorder characterized by an inability to retrieve old long-term memories, generally for a specific period of time extending back from the beginning of the disorder (p 259)
retrograde amnesia
Loss of memory for events and experiences occurring in a period of time prior to the amnesia-causing trauma See also amnesia, anterograde amnesia
retrograde amnesia
loss of memory for events immediately preceding a trauma
retrograde amnesia
Inability to recall events that occurred prior to the accident: may be a specific span of time or type of information
retrograde amnesia
Inability to remember information from before a brain insult (Anderson)
selective amnesia
amnesia about particular events that is very convenient for the person who cannot remember; "why do politicians always develop selective amnesia when questioned about their transgressions?
transient global amnesia
memory disorder seen in middle aged and elderly persons; characterized by an episode of amnesia and bewilderment that lasts for several hours; person is otherwise alert and intellectually active
amnesia

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    /amˈnēᴢʜə/ /æmˈniːʒə/

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    [ am-'nE-zh& ] (noun.) 1786. From modified Latin amnesia, from Ancient Greek ἀμνησία (“forgetfulness”).

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