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Submission + - Alcohol Disrupt Conscious Emotional Memory but Leaves Unconscious Memory Intact

An anonymous reader writes: Alcohol is known to often impair explicit memory, however new research demonstrates that it leaves implicit memory unharmed. The study, which was conducted by Suchismita Ray, an assistant research professor at the Center of Alcohol Studies at Rutgers University, examined whether acute alcohol intoxication disrupts memory for emotionally valenced and neutral images using explicit recall and an implicit repetition task.
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Alcohol Disrupt Conscious Emotional Memory but Leaves Unconscious Memory Intact

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