Why Emotional Memories Of Traumatic Life Events Are So Persistent

Saturday, May 10, 2008 - 17:28 in Psychology & Sociology

Emotional memories of traumatic life events such as accidents, war experiences or serious illnesses are stored in a particularly robust way by the brain. This renders effective treatment very difficult. Researchers have now successfully tracked down the molecular bases of these strong, very persistent memories.

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