Lost in Time and Space: States of High Arousal Disrupt Implicit Acquisition of Spatial and Sequential Context Information

@inproceedings{Maran2017LostIT,
  title={Lost in Time and Space: States of High Arousal Disrupt Implicit Acquisition of Spatial and Sequential Context Information},
  author={Thomas Maran and Pierre Sachse and Markus Martini and Barbara Weber and Jakob Pinggera and Stefan Zuggal and Marco Furtner},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2017}
}
Biased cognition during high arousal states is a relevant phenomenon in a variety of topics: from the development of post-traumatic stress disorders or stress-triggered addictive behaviors to forensic considerations regarding crimes of passion. Recent evidence indicates that arousal modulates the engagement of a hippocampus-based "cognitive" system in favor of a striatum-based "habit" system in learning and memory, promoting a switch from flexible, contextualized to more rigid, reflexive… CONTINUE READING
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