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19 October, 09:28

A long time ago, Lorie was stuck in an elevator for over three hours. Although generally not claustrophobic, she felt like the elevator walls were closing in on her after two hours. Now, 10 years later, she still vividly recalls the details of the emotionally traumatic experience. What is most likely causing her long-lasting robust memory of this event?

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  1. 19 October, 10:45
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    I think the answer is the fact that the walls were closing in

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    When a person is not claustrophobic but the walls were closing in, that leaves a permanent mark on the person for the rest of their life because of the trauma of the event.
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