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Memory Reconsolidation Understood and Misunderstood | The Science of Psychotherapy
Memory Reconsolidation Understood and Misunderstood Bruce Ecker Coherence Psychology Institute Abstract Memory reconsolidation is the brain’s natural, neural process that can produce transformational change: the full, permanent elimination of an acquired behavior or emotional response. This article identifies and examines 10 common misconceptions regarding memory reconsolidation research findings and their translation into clinical practice. The …