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Re: False Memory Syndrome vs. Lying Perpetrator Syndro

Posted by tabitha on June 27, 2004, at 16:26:21

In reply to Re: False Memory Syndrome vs. Lying Perpetrator Syndro, posted by fires on June 27, 2004, at 14:25:12

> That's generally not a memory loss problem. It's due to the victim being rendered unconscious. It's hard to remember something that you weren't capable of remebering, due to unconsciousness. (or temporary/permanent brain damage).

Maybe, maybe not. Perhaps you're assuming the only way to lose memory is to lose consciousness? I can think of a counter-example-- alcoholic blackout, where the person is conscious, yet loses memory. Apparently alcohol changes the brain's processing of memory. So to me it's feasible that trauma, which produces powerful chemical changes in the brain, could also potentially affect memory functioning.




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