Implicit memory Interconnections between Neuroscienses and Subjectual Groupanalysis

Roberta Lampasona, Girolamo Lo Verso, Antonino Giorgi

Abstract


In this work we will talk about implicit memory, a function of mind which contains and represents the first traces of environmental interaction and which follows us for all our life. We will talk about discoveries in neuroscientific field which contribute clarifying change’s places and mechanisms. In proposing a satisfying explanation of implicit memory, and moreover its emotional implications, we will address the possible existing interconnections between neuroscienses, starting from neuronal plasticity constructs and networks, and subjectual group analysis, explicating the mind-body-relation paradigm, with the purpose of integrating particular opinions to enrich a common vision.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6092/2282-1619%2F2013.1.895

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