Subconscious Memory & the Lure of Alcohol

“Alcohol diminishes our ability to hold on to pieces of information like your colleague’s name, or the definition of a word, or where you parked your car this morning. But our subconscious is learning and remembering too, and alcohol may actually increase our capacity to learn, or ‘conditionability,’ at that level,” Dr. Morikawa in  The Journal of Neuroscience. Read more.

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4 responses to “Subconscious Memory & the Lure of Alcohol

  1. Yes, @Dave, seems you’re missing out on a very specific subconscious type of memory if you don’t keep up your drinking. `;}}

    @AllenShiers, cool. First time for everything, and when it’s good stuff, all the better. Thank you.

  2. So I’m losing my memory because I’m not drinking enough? Who knew???

  3. Allen Shiers

    I’d have to check with you here. Which is not something I ordinarily do! I enjoy reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

  4. Pingback: Subconscious Memory & the Lure of Alcohol | Adult Society

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