Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS

Edgar Coons

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Abstract

In addition to repression, two related sampling artifacts may contribute to clinical impressions of a temporal gradient of retrograde amnesia. Memory for events immediately before the trauma is likely to be sampled in class intervals of time which are shorter than those used for memory for earlier events. For example, an S with a seriously impaired memory will have many more opportunities to recall some major events from the whole previous day before the fateful one, than from the 15 min. before the traumatic incident. Furthermore, when questioning (e.g., before and after ECS treatments) covers memories from a period of many days or years, the earlier remembered events are likely to be more highly selected for resistance to forgetting than the later ones.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationLearning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages447-459
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)9781351509237
ISBN (Print)9780202361437
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017

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Retrograde Amnesia
Artifacts
Conflict (Psychology)
Memory Consolidation
Wounds and Injuries

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  • Psychology(all)

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Coons, E. (2017). Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS. In Learning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms (pp. 447-459). Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203787410-11

Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS. / Coons, Edgar.

Learning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms. Taylor and Francis, 2017. p. 447-459.

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Coons, E 2017, Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS. in Learning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms. Taylor and Francis, pp. 447-459. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203787410-11
Coons E. Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS. In Learning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms. Taylor and Francis. 2017. p. 447-459 https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203787410-11
Coons, Edgar. / Conflict versus consolidation of memory traces to explain “retrograde amnesia�? produced by ECS. Learning, Motivation, and Their Physiological Mechanisms. Taylor and Francis, 2017. pp. 447-459
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