Fragmentary and en bloc blackouts: similarity and distinction among episodes of alcohol-induced memory loss.

@article{Hartzler2003FragmentaryAE,
  title={Fragmentary and en bloc blackouts: similarity and distinction among episodes of alcohol-induced memory loss.},
  author={Bryan Hartzler and Kim Fromme},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol},
  year={2003},
  volume={64 4},
  pages={547-50}
}
OBJECTIVE En bloc and fragmentary blackouts are distinguishable forms of alcohol-induced amnesia. The former are instances of full and permanent memory loss for intoxicated events, whereas the latter are episodes for which retrieval of experiences is facilitated by provision of cues. Beyond this nosological difference, little is known about descriptive… CONTINUE READING