Autobiographical memory refers to a kind of memory for events, episodes and other information experiences from one"s own life; stored information about the self, such as goals , person ality traits, past experience, and other qualities.

Also refers to a memory of an individual''s history and personal and long-lasting memories that are the basis for one's personal life history.

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