Professor Sasha Cervantes discusses Patient HM, also known as Henry Molaison. Patient HM had large sections of his medial temporal lobe removed that resulted in massive memory deficits. These deficits made Molaison one of the most researched people in psychology and helped scientists learn the different memory processes.
The Case of Henry Molaison
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Cervantes, S. (Academic). (2016). The case of Henry Molaison [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473984745
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