by repeatedly looking it up on the internet) does not create a solid, lasting memory trace
in the same way.
As explained by Llucs Fuentemilla, project coordinator, the study "helps explain how the processing of fearful memories can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder and also opens the door to the investigation of new therapeutic strategies for these disorders because the implicit memory trace
in a fearful context does not loose over time and can be detected through electrodermal measures.
of how a memory trace
is laid down in a nerve cell or neuron.
Earlier research suggested that this spacing effect is the product of the transfer of the memory trace
from the flocculus, a cerebellar cortex region which connects to motor nuclei involved in eye movement, to another brain region known as the vestibular nuclei.
Cecelia, 25, has teamed up with producer Don Todd for the project, which has the working title The Memory Trace
As Hintzman points out, his model originated from the theory of Semon (1923) which assumed that each learning experience leaves behind its own memory trace
Its rituals of memory trace
a series of destructions: destruction of the faithless, destruction of the enemy, destruction of the innocent, destruction of trust between the people and God.
He said: 'Poor memory performance is often characterised as decay of the memory trace
and many older adults say their memories are deteriorating as they grow older.
visual cues to help users establish a memory trace
(remind customers of the location of previously visited areas of the library).
Libeskind has also contrived to establish the memory trace
of the Berlin cinematic landscape/streetscape of the 1920s.
In both instances, the archival nature of the memory trace
distinguishes it from the empiricist engram.
To open up a memory trace
for reconsolidation interference, it is important that retrieval of the memory is accompanied by surprise or prediction error (PE; a discrepancy between the memory and what actually happens), as we demonstrated in a break-through study in Science (Sevenster, Beckers, & Kindt, 2013).