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Me­mory Reconsolidation

TagLast edit: 28 Nov 2023 13:03 UTC by Matt Goldenberg

Memory Reconsolidation is a process by which a memory can be returned to a labile (subject to change) state, after it has already entered long term memory.

For some time, the scientific consensus was that memory was only consolidated once, but there is now growing evidence for reconsolidation processes.

There is speculation that some therapies and change modalities work through the mechanism of memory reconsolidation, changing the emotional valence of memories by accessing them, bringing them to a labile state, then reconsolidating them.

Book sum­mary: Un­lock­ing the Emo­tional Brain

Kaj_Sotala8 Oct 2019 19:11 UTC
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14 Tech­niques to Ac­cel­er­ate Your Learning

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Prac­ti­cal Guidelines for Me­mory Reconsolidation

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Me­mory re­con­soli­da­tion for self-affection

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Beliefs as emo­tional strategies

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Re­con­soli­da­tion Through Questioning

Matt Goldenberg14 Nov 2019 23:22 UTC
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In­te­grat­ing dis­agree­ing subagents

Kaj_Sotala14 May 2019 14:06 UTC
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A Prac­ti­cal The­ory of Me­mory Reconsolidation

Matt Goldenberg13 Nov 2019 19:52 UTC
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A Frame­work for In­ter­nal Debugging

Matt Goldenberg16 Jan 2019 16:04 UTC
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The Hier­ar­chy of Me­mory Re­con­soli­da­tion Techniques

Matt Goldenberg13 Nov 2019 20:02 UTC
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Re­con­soli­da­tion Through Experience

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The Curse Of The Counterfactual

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Imag­i­nary reen­act­ment to heal trauma – how and when does it work?

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When writ­ing trig­gers mem­ory reconsolidation

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The hor­ror of what must, yet can­not, be true

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Notes on Forgiveness

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Co­her­ence Ther­apy with LLMs—quick demo

Chipmonk14 Aug 2023 3:34 UTC
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How I in­ter­nal­ized my achieve­ments to bet­ter deal with nega­tive feelings

Raymond Koopmanschap27 Feb 2024 15:10 UTC
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[Question] Us­ing ChatGPT for mem­ory re­con­soli­da­tion?

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The nat­u­ral bound­aries be­tween people

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Im­pos­tor syn­drome: how to cure it with spread­sheets and med­i­ta­tion

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