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Photographic Memory, also known as eidetic memory, is an exceptional ability to recall detailed and vivid images, sounds, or objects in one’s mind with extraordinary accuracy, as if seeing them again at the present moment.

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< li >Extraordinary Recall Ability< /li >
< li >Vivid and Detailed Mental Representations< /li >
< li >Resembling Real-Time Perception< /li >
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Photographic Memory is a cognitive phenomenon that enables individuals to store and retrieve vast amounts of visual and auditory information, typically experienced and retained in a short period. People with this ability can retrieve these mental impressions and reproduce them with remarkable precision, often replicating every minute detail. It should be noted that the term “photographic memory” is somewhat of a misnomer, as it does not imply the actual development of photographs in the brain but rather a comparable level of recall.