Sonja Wichert

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The retrieval of a consolidated, apparently stable memory can return it to a labile state, necessitating another period of stabilization, termed reconsolidation. During reconsolidation, memories are susceptible to modifications, thus providing the opportunity to change unwanted memories. In a test of whether the possibility to alter retrieved memories(More)
After reactivation, apparently stable memories may reenter an unstable state in which they are modifiable, requiring another phase of stabilization, called reconsolidation. Recent evidence shows that during reconsolidation, reactivated memories may be updated by the incorporation of new information. In the present study, we examined whether the updating of(More)
After reactivation, apparently stable memories can become sensitive to modifications again, requiring another phase of stabilization, called reconsolidation. Recent evidence shows that repeated reactivations strengthen memories and that stronger memories are more resistant to alterations during reconsolidation. Therefore, we asked whether multiple(More)
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