Photographic memory

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Photographic memory is the ability to remember things in great detail after seeing them for only a short time. A person with a photographic memory creates a "picture" in his or her mind. The mind most often encounters and recalls information visually, rather than through motion or sound. Those with a photographic memory tend to have higher IQ than those without due to the excellent memory to recall information from past experience even at a glance.[source?]