Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
December 2007 | Vol. 21, No. 11

SCIENCE BRIEFS

Extinction and the Erasure of Memories

By Matt Lattal, PhD

A common finding from the animal laboratory is that even when the learned behavior is eliminated, the behavior often returns with time, a result that points to an extremely important distinction between memory storage and memory expression.

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FROM THE APA SCIENCE STUDENT COUNCIL

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  • December 2007 Announcements
    Applications Due in January for APA Science Policy Fellowship; Call for Nominations: Master Lecturers and Distinguished Scientist Lecturers; Call for Nominations: Neal Miller Distinguished Lecture; Culture of Service Nominations Due; The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announces program guidelines for the 2008 competition cycle of the DHS Scholarship and Fellowship Program Summit on Violence and Abuse in Relationships: Connecting Agendas and Forging New Directions