Repressed Memories Of Childhood Trauma And State-Dependent Learning

  According to MEMORY REPRESSION THEORY, (a theory that originates from the work of Sigmund Freud and more likely, today, to be described as memories made inaccessible due to DISSOCIATIVE AMNESIA) some memories of childhood trauma in some individuals are not accessible to full conscious recall. In the short-term, this serves to protect the person …

Babies Of BPD Mothers Have Problems Regulating Stress Even At 2-Months-Old.

  Babies Of BPD Mothers Have Problems Regulating Stress Even At 2-Months-Old. A study published in the British Journal Of Psychiatry (2003) was conducted to investigate differences between the quality of interaction between and the effects of such differences upon the babies’ behavioural and emotional responses towards their respective mothers. A) Mothers WITH BPD and …