Anterograde amnesia

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Anterograde amnesia is an amnesia that has as its principal feature an inability to recall events that have occurred since the onset of brain damage or trauma. More specifically, individuals with anterograde amnesia are unable to transfer new memories from short-term memory to long-term memory.


Abnormal Psychology, Rosenhan & Seligman, 1984