Effects of imagery rescripting on consolidated memories of an aversive film.


LMU Munich, Department of Psychology, Leopoldstraße 13, 80802 Munich, Germany. Electronic address: [Email]


Imagery rescripting (ImRs) is a promising intervention targeting emotional memory. Previous analogue studies have mainly investigated effects of ImRs during memory encoding and consolidation; experimental research on the effects and mechanisms of change in ImRs targeting consolidated memories is largely missing. The present study aimed to investigate effects of ImRs on consolidated memories using a multiple-day trauma film paradigm.


Imagery rescripting,Intrusions,Intrusive memory,Memory consolidation,Posttraumatic stress disorder,Trauma film,