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How is a photographic memory tested for?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 07 Jan 2010

A photographic memory is tested for in several ways, particularly by getting the subject to recall perfectly what they say.

However the photographic element of literally taken a snapshot can be taken by showing two images separately that individually mean nothing but if one is superimposed on the other reveal a word or image or similar. If someone has a truly photographic memory then they should be overlay one on top of the other and reveal what hte image was.

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Replied at: 07 Jan 2010
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