|Statement||edited by Joseph Sandler and Peter Fonagy ; contributors, Alan D. Baddeley ... [et al.] ; foreword by Phil Mollon.|
|Series||Monograph series of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London and the Anna Freud Centre -- no. 2, Monograph series of the Psychoanalysis Unit of University College, London and the Anna Freud Centre, London (Madison, Conn.) -- no. 2.|
|Contributions||Baddeley, Alan D., 1934-, Fonagy, Peter, 1952-, Sandler, Joseph.|
|LC Classifications||RC569.5.C55 R4 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 250 p.|
|Number of Pages||250|
In an arena crowded with polemical works dealing with the validity of recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse, this volume stands out as a voice of reason. An evenhanded account of the social, scientific, and legal context of the debate about recovered memories, this book should be required reading for any mental health professional Pages: Recovered Memories of Abuse: Assessment, Therapy, Forensics. Kenneth S. Pope, Ph.D., ABPP Laura S. Brown, Ph.D., ABPP "Essential reading for lawyers and expert witnesses, this landmark book is scientifically grounded, carefully researched, and--thankfully!--of great practical use. The consent forms, deposition and cross-examination questions. Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False? - Kindle edition by Fonagy, Peter, Sandler, Joseph. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False?.Cited by: An important book, not only in the understanding of repressed and recovered memories, but in the understanding that the emotions and fear experienced when one finds oneself faced with flashes of memories long buried are natural/5.
Indeed, therapists and lawyers have created an industry based on treating and litigating the cases of people who suddenly claim to have "recovered" memories of everything from child abuse to murder. This book reveals that despite decades of research, there is absolutely no controlled scientific support for the idea that memories of trauma are Cited by: At 17, Nicole Kluemper recovered memories of being abused by her mother – and sparked one of the fiercest debates in modern psychology. She tells her story for the first timeAuthor: Holly Watt. Recovered memories of abuse in women with documented child sexual victimization histories. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 8, Memory accuracy and memory persistence are themselves each complicated and challenging dimensions of memory, with long histories of research in psychology. Cognitive underpinnings of recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse. Motivated forgetting and misremembering: perspectives from betrayal trauma theory. Clinical and cognitive psychologists on all sides of the debate will welcome True and False Recovered Memories as a trustworthy reference, an impartial guide to ongoing controversies, and a.
Many criminal cases have been based on witnesses' testimony of recovered repressed memories, often of alleged childhood sexual abuse. In some jurisdictions, the statute of limitations for child. In Ofshe and Watters’ book, the incest recovery movement--composed primarily of women who have never forgotten memories of garden-variety abuse--has “morphed” into the “recovered memory. Michelle Remembers is a book co-written by Canadian psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder and his psychiatric patient (and eventual wife) Michelle Smith. A best-seller, Michelle Remembers was the first book written on the subject of Satanic ritual abuse (SRA) and is an important part of the controversies beginning in the s regarding SRA and recovered her: Pocket Books. Recovered Memory Syndrome A Modern Witch Hunt. Posted ran the not inconsiderable professional and personal risk of calling the whole concept of repressed memories into question.