Is anterograde amnesia a special case of retrograde amnesia?

Abstract

In anterograde amnesia, memory loss is obtained for events that occur subsequent to the traumatic insult. But because the effects of an anterograde agent or treatment usually last for minutes, or even hours, after the nominal training event, processing of information may be altered during the postacquisition period as well as during acquisition. Since… (More)

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