Definition of Recollective. Meaning of Recollective. Synonyms of Recollective

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Definition of Recollective

Recollective
Recollective Rec`ol*lect"ive (-l?k"t?v), a. Having the power of recollecting. --J. Foster.

Meaning of Recollective from wikipedia

- The Recollects (French: Récollets) were a French reform branch of the Friars Minor, a Franciscan order. Denoted by their gray habits and pointed hoods...
- researching recollective confabulation, which was originally described as 'déjà vécu' (a term originally used by Arthur Funkhouser). Recollective confabulation...
- The Order of Augustinian Recollects (OAR) is a mendicant Catholic religious order of friars and nuns. It is a reformist offshoot from the Augustinian hermit...
- not about reflecting on an experience while living through it but is recollective, where experience is reflected on after it has p****ed or lived through...
- the human psyche". These levels include: The Sensory Barrier and the Recollective-Biographical Barrier The Perinatal Matrices The Transpersonal Dimensions...
- anterior thalamus via the mammillothalamic tract, are important for recollective memory. The damage of medial mammillary nucleus leads to spatial memory...
- death"Prabhas Father Uppalapati Surya Narayana Raju". www.cinegoer.net. "twood recollects suryanarayana Raju". www.indiaglitz.com. "Bhakta Kannappa-1976 Retrospective"...
- employment. While coming to know that Rambabu's case is still ongoing, he recollects Rambabu's presence at the police station which was under construction...
- translator and catechist for the Augustine Recollect missionaries. She became tertiary of the Order of Augustinian Recollects. Born in 1611 near Nagasaki, Magdalene...
- Childhood memory refers to memories formed during childhood. Among its other roles, memory functions to guide present behaviour and to predict ****ure outcomes...