A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events

A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events: Scientific American
A Gene to Better Remember Traumatic Events
Gene variant found in 30 percent of Caucasian population and 12 percent of African-Americans leads to more vivid recollections of emotionally powerful episodes—both good and bad
By Nikhil Swaminathan

The above is a great article published in Scientific American which may explain why some people remember traumatic events so vividly and others in the same events do not have the inense memories.

It would at least in part explain why some individuals suffer from PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and others involved in the same event have less or no problems as a result.

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