memorableness


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It comprises music, painting (imagery), insight, and pregnancy or memorableness of utterance, the first two, of course, in a special sense.
In their study, "Generations and Collective Memories," Schuman and Scott (9) demonstrated that "events and changes that have maximum impact in terms of memorableness occur during a cohort's adolescence and young adulthood" (p.360).