Amnesia

In amnesia of psychological origin (psychogenic amnesia) there is a loss of knowledge of personal identity with preservation of other information, often including complex learned information or skills. The patient may not know who he is, but knows who is the Queen, the President, or his doctor. Unaware of his own personal history, he may yet play chess well, speak one or two languages, read the newspaper, and so forth. Amnesia of this type tends to present to accident and emergency departments and then to neurologists, but is only seen secondarily in psychiatric departments. In civilian cases a history of head injury or brain damage is often present. The condition may also be more frequent amongst criminals or soldiers in distress.

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Break Free From Passive Aggression

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