reconsolidation


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reconsolidation

(ˌriːkənˌsɒlɪˈdeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of consolidating something again or in a different way
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One way the brain does this is through a process called memory reconsolidation. According to Tronson and Taylor (2007), memories that have been learned, or achieve neuronal consolidation, can become labile when activated.
Those institutions may be the ones most capable of addressing the characteristic problems of our diffusing society--and the isolation and alienation that are such prominent symptoms of so many of those problems-without requiring the kind of wholesale national reconsolidation and re-centralization that simply aren't plausible now.
Rethinking Trauma Treatment: Attachment, Memory Reconsolidation, and Resilience
So, what will Haftar's reconsolidation really mean?
They call it Multimodular Motion-Assisted Memory Desensitization and Reconsolidation (3MDR), or more informally, "walk and talk therapy," explained Dr.
A key policy reform espoused by our leading economic analysts is to lift the limits to land ownership under agrarian reform to allow for reconsolidation of our small fragmented farms into more viable economic units, and to encourage more private sector investments in agriculture.
EnPro's 2017 full-year income included a $534.4 million gain on reconsolidation of GST and OldCo.
Interventions with emerging evidence of efficacy include virtual reality therapy, reconsolidation of traumatic memories, and couples CBT with a trauma focus.
For decades, the military regime's propaganda, therefore, encouraged a blind racist nationalism that was full of references to 'protecting the race' - meaning that if Burmans do not oppress other nationalities then they will themselves be oppressed, 'national reconsolidation' - meaning assimilation, and preventing 'disintegration of the Union' - meaning that if the Army falls then some kind of ethnic chaos would engulf the divided nation.
More recently, there has been interest in the ability of propranolol to disrupt drug-related memory reconsolidation, which may be effective in reducing rates of drug relapse.