THE MYTH OF REPRESSED MEMORY: False Memories and Accusations of Sexual Abuse

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A research psychologist whose specialty is memory pokes giant holes in claims that survivors of sexual abuse repress their memories of the abuse and can then recover them with the help of therapists. Loftus, who also teamed up with Ketcham to write Witness for the Defense (1991), points out that no scientific evidence exists to validate such claims. Comparing the current rash of sex abuse charges ... Read full review

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The author knows what she is talking about. The true stories found within The Myth of Repressed Memory... demonstrate a terrible trend of patient & family abuse affected by a wave of so-called Psychotherapists that put an emphasis on memory "recovery" rather than true psychotherapy. 

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