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1 Introduction Memory decline is widely considered as the cognitive hallmark of typical Alzheimer's disease (AD) [ 1 ]. Psychological research has been mainly concerned with the diminished ability of the patients to retrieve and relive past experiences [ 2 ]. In this study, we argue that patients with AD may still be able to enjoy an authentic subjective experience of memory, that is, they can experience an authentic sense of reliving during memory retrieval. At the clinical level, this view is worth considering because by defending the view that patients with AD