Cognitive Neuroscience of emotional Memory

September 28, 2020
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In addition to emotional learning that takes place intrinsically in the amygdala, direct and indirect neural projections target several memory systems in the brain, including those that subserve working memory, declarative memory and various non-declarative forms of memory (for example, procedural learning, priming and reflexive conditioning). Complex conditioning refers to various higher-order conditioning procedures that are hippocampal dependent, including trace conditioning and conditional discrimination learning. The amygdala also triggers the release of stress hormones by way of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis, which feed back onto memory consolidation and storage sites as well as the amygdala itself to enhance memory over longer time intervals. Solid arrows indicate direct connections, dashed arrows indicate indirect connections. Blue labels indicate connections with subcortical structures. MTL, medial temporal lobe; PFC, prefrontal cortex.

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