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  • Amnesia and Previous Lives - Explanation for the absence of conscious memories of past lives in most people, by Titas Rivas, M.A.

  • Amnesia & Cognition Unit, University of Arizona - Studying memory and amnesia with a focus on explaining changes in memory due to aging and brain injury. Also information on rehabilitation.
  • AmnesiA asbl - Chargement... Patientez SVP. Connexion. Pseudo Mot de Passe.
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  • Anatomy of a Head Injury - Causes, symptoms and assessment of brain injuries.
  • Asia Times: Fallout from nuclear amnesia - Article discussing the contamination of troops and bystanders in the tests at Maralinga.
  • BBC NEWS | Health | Medical notes | Amnesia - Memory loss or amnesia is usually temporary and it can be triggered by both psychological and physical trauma. ... What is amnesia?
  • Dissociative Disorder - Support group for people diagnosed with any of the dissociative disorders (DID, dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, and other).
  • E-Medicine: TGA - Transient global amnesia: An introduction, clinical, differentials, work up, treatment, medication and follow up.
  • Howstuffworks "What exactly is amnesia"  - Brief narrative with many related links describes the types.
  • Neuroland - Information about transient global amnesia including diagnostic criteria, clinical features, precipitating factors, incidence, differential diagnosis and further reading.
  • ScienceDaily News Release: Amnesia After Sex: More Than A Washington Phenomenom - If President Clinton had known what a pair of Johns Hopkins doctors recently learned from two patients with a temporary form of amnesia, charges that he lied about sex might be moot.
  • The Spectrum of Dissociative Disorders  - As society has become increasingly aware of the prevalence of child abuse and its serious consequences, there has been an explosion of information on posttraumatic and dissociative disorders resulting from abuse in childhood. Since most clinicians learned little about childhood trauma and its aftereffects in their training, many are struggling to build their knowledge base and clinical skills to effectively treat survivors and their families.
  • What is Amnesia - Brief narrative with many related links describes the types.

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