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Why does the brain shutdown memory during a traumatic episode?
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Dr. Susan Uhrich
Psychiatry
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In brief: Not sure there is
Any research on this.
But it seems to be a self protective mechanism. Ptsd is an illness of having, in a sense, too much memory of a traumatic event.

In brief: Not sure there is
Any research on this.
But it seems to be a self protective mechanism. Ptsd is an illness of having, in a sense, too much memory of a traumatic event.
Dr. Susan Uhrich
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