• Analysis helps patients put their unconscious procedural memories and actions into words and into context, so they can better understand them. In the process they plastically retranscribe these procedural memories, so that they become conscious explicit memories, sometimes for the first time, and patients no longer need to "relive" or "reenact" them, especially if they were traumatic. (229-230)

    "The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science". Book by Norman Doidge (pp. 229-230), March 15, 2007.