• Psychology, Biology, Medicine
  • Published in Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2000
  • DOI:10.1038/35044572

Commentary — reconsolidation: Memory traces revisited

@article{Nadel2000CommentaryR,
  title={Commentary — reconsolidation: Memory traces revisited},
  author={L. Nadel and Cantey Land},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={209-212}
}
Recent findings on the possibility of disrupting a stable memory after retrieval challenge some of our widely accepted views on memory consolidation. This article comments on the implications of these and earlier findings to our understanding of consolidation, and explores their possible relationship to the idea that retrieval creates a new memory trace, increasing the resistance of older memories to disruption. 

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