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Interference Features of Auditory Memorization in Traumatic Experiences (for Example, Amputation of Lower Limbs) 1152

Nikishina V.B.
Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Head of the department, Department of health psychology and correctional psychology, Kursk State Medical University, Kursk, Russia

Petrash E.
PhD in Psychology, Associate professor, Department of health psychology and correctional psychology, Kursk State Medical University, Russia

The article presents an analysis of the results of a study of the interference of auditory memorization in traumatic experience (traumatic and non-traumatic amputation of the lower limbs). The effectiveness of processes of auditory and visual memorization in conditions of interference was analyzed. As a result of the study, the effectiveness of the process of memorizing auditory and visual information in the conditions of interference was reduced. It is definitely established that the effectiveness of the memorization process with amputation of the lower extremities is influenced by the semantic content of the interfering information. The cause of amputation (trauma or complication of prolonged chronic somatic disease) does not affect the processes of auditory and visual memory in conditions of interfering effects.

Keywords: interference, auditory memorization, visual-figurative memorization, semantic content, amputation of the lower limbs

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