It is suggested that there are alot of factors that contribute (gender, intelligence, experience, development, culture...) to when infantile goes away - however the general consesus is that our earliest memory will be from 3-4 years old
Anterograde amnesia. This form of amnesia follows brain trauma and is characterized by the inability to remember new information. Recent experiences and short-term memory disappear, but victims can recall events prior to the trauma with clarity. Retrograde amnesia. In some… Full Answer
This depends on the age at which the tales occurred. Studies have shown under the age of 3, children suffer from infantile amnesia and will not recall anything before that age. Earliest memories usually form around age 3.5 years.
Not sure what you mean here. There really is no such medical or veterinary term as "amnesis;" perhaps you were referring to Amnesia? But still, this is quite unclear because, as described in the medical dictionary, Amnesia is a condition… Full Answer
There are no specific things that you would forget. It depends on what kind of amnesia you get, and how it acts out on you. Some things you might forget are friends, family, events that happened, and sometimes when it… Full Answer
autisme n. autism autisme infantile précoce nm. early infantile autism [MED] autisme infantile nm. early infantile autism [MED] spectre de l'autisme nm. autism spectrum trouble dans le spectre de l'autisme nm. autism spectrum disorder
Hmmm did Amnesia cause AIDS or did AIDS cause Amnesia :-) There are no indication that Amnesia can cause AIDS other that you might forget a person have AIDS and then go to bed with him/her. AIDS can cause Amnesia… Full Answer