I'm writing a sentence about the job of the memory and am characterizing absorption with memory. How do I say "memorical absorption" correctly? Memorial sounds like a noun...
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The term "mnemonic" is sometimes used in academic writing to mean "of or pertaining to memory" (e.g. "mnemonic processing").