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Default Re: Understanding amnesia w/ me as subject

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Originally Posted by sarahsweets View Post
Is missing memories or recollection issues really amnesia though? I was always under the impression that amnesia is a result of head trauma or an illness or episode that is neurological in nature.
A newborn's brain is extremely fragile. For them emotional, psychological, or physical trauma is "head" trauma. This does not change until the age of five or older. The conscious personality has to develop along with the development of the cognitive functions.
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