These two laws together represent in part a hypothesis (the engram), and in part an observable fact.
Semon's "engram" is formed by all that we experience at one time.
Similarly, the engram of the ecphoriated dichotomy is most often that which has been previously most often repeated.
As we have indicated in our comparison, every suggestion which has succeeded leaves a strong trace, or engram, in the brain.
engram en·gram (ěn'grām')
A physical alteration thought to occur in living neural tissue in response to stimuli, posited as an explanation for memory. Also called neurogram.