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Re: Erasing Memory Helps Depressed Mice

Posted by tessellated on February 23, 2006, at 23:52:49

In reply to Re: Erasing Memory Helps Depressed Mice, posted by med_empowered on February 23, 2006, at 23:35:46

psychodynamic therapy works through reanalyzing/reinterpreting memory and past events.
it is based on dealing with deep/core/basic long term memory.

learning to forget is very critical.
but not typically part of psychodymanic approaches.

short term-good
long term-bad

> I think this kind of supports my overall suspicion--that lots of times, psychiatric treatments tend to work on artificial manipulation and brain disabling rather than correcting anything. That said...done properly, medications can be helpful (I just think sometimes the wrong meds are used, and they may be overused in some populations).




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