Pain impairs consolidation, but not acquisition or retrieval of a declarative memory

@article{Lazzarim2020PainIC,
  title={Pain impairs consolidation, but not acquisition or retrieval of a declarative memory},
  author={Mayla K Lazzarim and Adriano D. S. Targa and Natalia Fantin Sardi and Gabriela R Hack and Gl{\'a}ucia Tobaldini and Bruno Jacson Martynhak and Luana Fischer},
  journal={Behavioural Pharmacology},
  year={2020},
  volume={31},
  pages={707 - 715}
}
Among the physical conditions that impair memory performance, pain is one of the most prevalent. However, the mechanisms by which pain impairs memory are largely unknown. In this study, we asked whether pain affects memory acquisition, consolidation and retrieval as well as whether memory impairment depends on pain intensity. Wistar rats received a hind paw injection of formalin (1%) at different phases of object recognition test. The injection of formalin after training but not before training… 

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