a purely theoretical model of memory which has three main stages- recall, recognition and then reproduction). For example, the image of a table is activated by hearing or observing the word table or associated terms.

LOGOGEN: "In one of the many memory models, a logogen is a standalone memory unit which corresponds to letters and digits."
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