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Resilience after trauma: The role of memory suppression

Memory suppression can help after trauma Therapists have discussed for a long time whether attempts to voluntarily suppress the intrusion of trauma memories are helpful to combat the distressing impacts of trauma. Mary et al. studied survivors of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks who developed posttr... Full description

Journal Title: Science Feb 14, 2020, Vol.367(6479)
Main Author: Mary, Alison
Other Authors: Dayan, Jacques , Leone, Giovanni , Postel, Charlotte , Fraisse, Florence , Malle, Carine , Vallée, Thomas , Klein-Peschanski, Carine , Viader, Fausto , de La Sayette, Vincent , Peschanski, Denis , Eustache, Francis , Gagnepain, Pierre,
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  • Mary, Alison
  • Dayan, Jacques
  • Leone, Giovanni
  • Postel, Charlotte
  • Fraisse, Florence
  • Malle, Carine
  • Vallée, Thomas
  • Klein-Peschanski, Carine
  • Viader, Fausto
  • de La Sayette, Vincent
  • Peschanski, Denis
  • Eustache, Francis
  • Gagnepain, Pierre
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  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
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  • Control Systems
  • Adaptation
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  • Cortex (Parietal)
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Reminder
  • Mental Disorders
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description: Memory suppression can help after trauma Therapists have discussed for a long time whether attempts to voluntarily suppress the intrusion of trauma memories are helpful to combat the distressing impacts of trauma. Mary et al. studied survivors of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks who developed posttraumatic stress disorder and those who did not (see the Perspective by Ersche). Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, they investigated the neural networks underlying the control and suppression of memory retrieval. The results suggest that the characteristic symptoms of the disorder are not related to the memory itself but to its maladaptive control. These results offer new insights into the development of post-traumatic stress disorder and potential avenues for treatment. Science, this issue p. eaay8477; see also p. 734INTRODUCTION One of the fundamental questions in clinical neuroscience is why some individuals can cope with traumatic events, while others remain traumatized by a haunting...
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abstractMemory suppression can help after trauma Therapists have discussed for a long time whether attempts to voluntarily suppress the intrusion of trauma memories are helpful to combat the distressing impacts of trauma. Mary et al. studied survivors of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks who developed posttraumatic stress disorder and those who did not (see the Perspective by Ersche). Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, they investigated the neural networks underlying the control and suppression of memory retrieval. The results suggest that the characteristic symptoms of the disorder are not related to the memory itself but to its maladaptive control. These results offer new insights into the development of post-traumatic stress disorder and potential avenues for treatment. Science, this issue p. eaay8477; see also p. 734INTRODUCTION One of the fundamental questions in clinical neuroscience is why some individuals can cope with traumatic events, while others remain traumatized by a haunting...
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