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Traumatic memories really can be repressed, but also restored, say scientists

Traumatic memories really can be repressed, but also restored, say scientists

The Telegraph - By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor

If the brain is in a heightened state of arousal when it records a past event it sometimes cannot replay it until it returns to the same state when the memory formed Memories can be suppressed and later recovered, scientists have found, in new research which supports psychologists who believe that …

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