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The human neocortex can be viewed as a huge memory systems interacting with one another. There are several exquisitely evolved memory filing systems. Most autobiographical memories are linked to a particular emotion. The neurochemistry of the emotion is an integral part of the memory, such that the emotion must be triggered for the memory to become accessible. However this is a two-way system, where the memory can trigger the emotion. Another filing memory method is by context. The context can be spatial, social, emotional or a combination of such contexts. Part of the context can trigger the memory, such that when similar contexts are encountered, memories associated with the context become accessible.

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Author(s): Sanchez Federico

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Behavioral Analysis,Personality Psychopathology

 
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