reconsolidated love

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reconsolidate.

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Examples

  • What if an original memory could be changed and "reconsolidated"?

    To Pluck a Rooted Sorrow

  • The new research goes a step further by deliberately triggering a fear memory and then trying to interfere with the way it is restored or "reconsolidated" by the brain within the critical minutes or hours after the memory was revived.

    IOL: News

  • The new research goes a step further by deliberately triggering a fear memory and then trying to interfere with the way it is restored or "reconsolidated" by the brain within the critical minutes or hours after the memory was revived.

    IOL: News

  • Scientists have selectively blocked thoughts of fear by interfering with the way memories are "reconsolidated" by the brain.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • The new research goes a step further by deliberately triggering a fear memory and then trying to interfere with the way it is restored or "reconsolidated" by the brain within the critical minutes or hours after the memory was revived.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • Scientists have selectively blocked thoughts of fear by interfering with the way memories are "reconsolidated" by the brain.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • The new research goes a step further by deliberately triggering a fear memory and then trying to interfere with the way it is restored or "reconsolidated" by the brain within the critical minutes or hours after the memory was revived.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • Indeed, some researchers have suggested that memories are synaptically reconfigured, or “reconsolidated,” every time they are invoked.

    World Wide Mind

  • Indeed, some researchers have suggested that memories are synaptically reconfigured, or “reconsolidated,” every time they are invoked.

    World Wide Mind

  • Not every memory can be reconsolidated, however, and no one's sure that propranolol will be the best therapy.

    To Pluck a Rooted Sorrow

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