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  • Tags: Memory Consolidation

One core underlying feature of PTSD, and indeed some other disorders, is an abnormally strong and persistent emotionally-salient memory that influences everyday behaviour. Therefore, treatment strategies that diminish, erase or re-value these…

EMDR produces permanent resolution (transformational change) of traumatic memories. “Memory reconsolidation ,” the process of refiling a memory after it has been brought into consciousness and altered makes this change possible. Unlike normal…

Karim Nader at McGill in 1999, showed that memories of fear, when recalled remain in a plastic state for a few hours before they are reconsolidated once more into long term memory. Others have shown in humans that during this time they may be also…

This presentation will explore the formation and consolidation of emotions and memory, various possible neural mechanisms of EMDR's treatment effects; with an emphasis on cerebellar mechanisms, and their direct relation to information processing and…
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