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It is understood as a longing for something long gone by, with a desire to relive the time, combined with a certain sadness while reminiscing about the particular life event.
The time of the past is remembered as an autobiographical memory of the self, something that the person has lived.
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Having nostalgic thoughts about the past that one hasn’t directly experienced or lived through is called _Anemoia_.
The cognitive component of nostalgia is often a mental simulation, and may not have happened for real in the lifetime of the reminiscing person.
Swiss physician Johannes Hofer referred to nostalgia as a kind of homesickness, a desire to return to the beautiful, simpler times.
The feelings of nostalgia were usually melancholia, anxiety, and rumination. It was made into a neurological illness, which...
Sadness and depression are associated with the feeling of nostalgia, and recent studies show that nostalgia might even be caused by these negative emotions.
Loneliness, loss, a sense of meaninglessness, boredom and even coldness can trigger nostalgia.
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