Use of Memory Reconsolidation in Psychotherapy and Suggestions for a Brain Imaging Study

  • Published 2012
The recent discovery by brain scientists of the reconsolidation of memory circuits (see research bibliography below) overturned the almost century-old tenet that emotional learnings and acquired responses maintained in long-term implicit memory are indelible—unerasable and permanent for the lifetime of the individual. Reconsolidation, induced endogenously… CONTINUE READING