Boosting long-term effects of degraded memories via acute stress

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VAN SCHIE, Kevin, Matthias BURGHART, Sahaj KANG, Gaëtan MERTENS, Tom SMEETS, 2022. Boosting long-term effects of degraded memories via acute stress. In: Comprehensive psychoneuroendocrinology. Elsevier. 11, 100154. eISSN 2666-4976. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.cpnec.2022.100154

@article{vanSchie2022-08Boost-58289, title={Boosting long-term effects of degraded memories via acute stress}, year={2022}, doi={10.1016/j.cpnec.2022.100154}, volume={11}, journal={Comprehensive psychoneuroendocrinology}, author={van Schie, Kevin and Burghart, Matthias and Kang, Sahaj and Mertens, Gaëtan and Smeets, Tom}, note={Article Number: 100154} }

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