The Repressed/False Memory Debate and its Crucial Consensus Research Paper by Master Researcher

The Repressed/False Memory Debate and its Crucial Consensus
Explores the nature of repressed memory and the ability of therapists to distinguish between true and false childhood memories.
# 32316 | 3,650 words | 9 sources | 2002 | US


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Summary: The repressed/false memory debate is marked by sharp polarities of what Loftus terms firm believers and skeptics who "point to the reconstructive nature of memory and ask for evidence and corroboration". The debate is far from theoretical since individual's reputations and futures are at stake. While the claims and arguments on both sides of the controversy will be discussed, the purpose here is to explore the nature of memory, repression and dissociation to determine if therapists can distinguish between true and false memories of childhood trauma.

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The Repressed/False Memory Debate and its Crucial Consensus (2003, September 30) Retrieved July 06, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/the-repressed-false-memory-debate-and-its-crucial-consensus-32316/

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"The Repressed/False Memory Debate and its Crucial Consensus" 30 September 2003. Web. 06 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/the-repressed-false-memory-debate-and-its-crucial-consensus-32316/>

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