Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing

Staniloiu A, Kordon A, Markowitsch HJ (2020)
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA 139: UNSP 107364.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Memory disorders without a direct neural substrate still belong to the riddles in neuroscience. Although they were for a while dissociated from research and clinical arenas, risking becoming forgotten diseases, they sparked novel interests, paralleling the refinements in functional neuroimaging and neuropsychology. Although Endel Tulving has not fully embarked himself on exploring this field, he had published at least one article on functional amnesia (Schacter et al., 1982) and ignited a seminal article on amnesia with mixed etiology (Craver et al., 2014). Most importantly, the research of Endel Tulving has provided the researchers and clinicians in the field of dissociative or functional amnesia with the best framework for superiorly understanding these disorders through the lens of his evolving concept of episodic memory and five long term memory systems classification, which he developed and advanced. Herein we use the classification of long-term memory systems of Endel Tulving as well as his concepts and views on autonoetic consciousness, relationships between memory systems and relationship between episodic memory and emotion to describe six cases of dissociative amnesia that put a challenge for researchers and clinicians due to their atypicality. We then discuss their possible triggering and maintaining mechanisms, pointing to their clinical heterogeneity and multifaceted causally explanatory frameworks.
Stichworte
Functional amnesia; Autonoetic consciousness; Effort; Malingering; belle; indifference; Conversion syndrome
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
Band
139
Art.-Nr.
UNSP 107364
ISSN
0028-3932
eISSN
1873-3514
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942078

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Staniloiu A, Kordon A, Markowitsch HJ. Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 2020;139: UNSP 107364.
Staniloiu, A., Kordon, A., & Markowitsch, H. J. (2020). Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 139, UNSP 107364. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2020.107364
Staniloiu, A., Kordon, A., and Markowitsch, H. J. (2020). Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA 139:UNSP 107364.
Staniloiu, A., Kordon, A., & Markowitsch, H.J., 2020. Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 139: UNSP 107364.
A. Staniloiu, A. Kordon, and H.J. Markowitsch, “Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing”, NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, vol. 139, 2020, : UNSP 107364.
Staniloiu, A., Kordon, A., Markowitsch, H.J.: Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 139, : UNSP 107364 (2020).
Staniloiu, Angelica, Kordon, Andreas, and Markowitsch, Hans J. “Stress- and trauma-related blockade of episodic-autobiographical memory processing”. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA 139 (2020): UNSP 107364.

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