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Source Amnesia

Source Amnesia refers to an inability to remember from where existing knowledge was acquired. For a basic example, most of us remember learning how to read and write, but we don't remember learning to walk. This is believed to be caused by a sort of disconnect between semantic memory (verbal memory) and episodic memory (event memory).

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