Hippocampal and amygdala implication on neuropsychologic function in postraumatic stress disorder | Implicación del hipocampo y la amígdala en el rendimiento neuropsicológico de pacientes con trastorno por estrés postraumático

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Liste des auteurs: Jurado Barba R
Editeur: Fundación MAPFRE Medicina
Année de publication: 2007
Journal: Mapfre Medicina (1130-5665)
Numéro du volume: 18
Numéro de publication: SUPPL. 1
Page d'accueil: 92
Dernière page: 101
Nombre de pages: 10
ISSN: 1130-5665
Languages: Anglais-Royaume-Uni (EN-GB), Espagnol-Espagne (ES-ES)


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Introduction: The findings from different studies on neuropsychological
performance in anxiety disorders have identified a cognitive deficit
pattern comprising disorders of attention, executive function and
learning and memory processes. Objectives: To analyze the learning and
memory processes in the posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Method:
Thirty patients with PTSD and 26 controls were evaluated. The Learning
Verbal Test España-Complutense (TAVEC), the subtests of letters and
numbers (L&N) and digits (D) of WAIS-III and the Rey Complex Figure
test were applied for the neuropsychological assessment; Results:
Patients with PTSD shown a less wide learning curve, lower consolidation
of information, with lower levels of free recall and discrimination
percentages; they benefited less from the semantic keys and tended to
retroactive interference. They also shown a lower score in working
memory, statistically different from the other group. In visual memory,
the performance was similar in both groups. Conclusions: Subjects with
PTSD show disorders in the process of consolidation and recovery of
information, involving the working memory, while short-term visual
memory performance is normal.


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