recaller

recaller

(rɪˈkɔːlə)
n
formal a person who recalls something
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The magnified detail in 'Crocodile' - deftly directed by Australian-born John Hillcoat, who was responsible for the 2005 film The Proposition - is a device called the 'Recaller', which, when attached to a person's temples, scans their memory banks.
In this section, we explain its functionalities (i.e., PACALL Uploader, PACALL Browser and PACALL Recaller) in detail.
At one point, Rakeffet-Rothkoff makes reference to a distinction, suggested by Rabbi Soloveitchik, between two types of memory: "image memory," in which the past is recalled but it does not now motivate the recaller, and "event memory," where ones recalls the past and relives it.
Some of her gems or witticisms are recalled every now and then, making the recaller feel the laughter bubbling from deep within.
Accordingly, a particularly motivated "recaller" will be very vulnerable to even subtle suggestion.
The movement of the sentence is back and forth, between the recalled event and the recaller, so that it becomes unclear what is happening from the sentence.
According to most investigators, the number of one-on-one interactions within a group which can be remembered by the most skilled recaller is seven, plus or minus two.
The team led by Perrine Ruby, an Inserm Research Fellow at the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center found that the temporo-parietal junction, an information-processing hub in the brain, is more active in high dream recallers.
In a new study, research shows that the temporo-parietal junction, an information-processing hub in the brain, is more active in high dream recallers. Increased activity in this brain region might facilitate attention orienting toward external stimuli and promote intrasleep wakefulness, thereby facilitating the encoding of dreams in memory.
If, in the judgement of the starter or recallers, he does so any earlier, it shall be deemed a false start.