Quiz: Dissociative Amnesia
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Dissociative amnesia is a type of forgetting caused by trauma or stress, resulting in the inability to recall important personal information. Which of the following types of dissociative amnesia is rare and usually begins suddenly?

  • A.

    Memory loss of a specific event or events that took place during a specific time period (localized amnesia)

  • B.

    Memory loss of each new event as it occurs (continuous amnesia)

  • C.

    Memory loss of information in a particular category, such as everything about a certain individual (systematized amnesia)

  • D.

    Memory loss of personal identity and entire life story (generalized amnesia)

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