Memory fragmentation: Childhood trauma can lead to fragmented memories.

Distorted recollection: Trauma may distort the accuracy of memories.

Altered perception: Memories of childhood trauma may be altered.

Flashbacks and reliving: Trauma can induce vivid flashback experiences.

Cognitive difficulties: Childhood trauma can affect cognitive processes.

Repressed experiences: Traumatic events can be partially or fully repressed.

Emotional imprint: Childhood trauma leaves a lasting emotional impact.

Sensory triggers: Trauma can trigger vivid sensory recall.

Inaccurate interpretation: Trauma may lead to subjective interpretation of events.

Dissociation and disconnection: Trauma can result in dissociation from memories.

Memory gaps: Trauma may result in significant memory gaps.