Exacerbating factors

There are exacerbating factors (such as maturity from the age of memory coming forward when the memory is triggered) that can make it much more difficult to recognize, acknowledge, and take responsibility for our traumatic implicit memory and VLE confabulations. Fortunately, being aware of these exacerbating factors enables us to at least partially neutralize them.

See chapters 9 through 13 for additional discussion, true story illustrations, and an intriguing case study.

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