According to a new study, playing the popular video game Tetris may help people with PTSD to alleviate recurring visual memories of their traumatic experiences. Researchers report after playing Tetris, PTSD patients reported a decrease in the number of flashbacks related to the trauma they experienced.
Researchers report our ability to identify and categorize visual information is an active process similar to memory stabilization.
Researchers report the effect of exposure therapy can be improved by disrupting the recreation of fear memories in arachnophobes.
Researchers have identified a neural process which could help restore lost memories and bury bad memories.