This woman makes a fortune testifying for child abusers and pedophiles in courtrooms across the nation, and she publishes books to bolster her creds as an expert witness as well. Read morePublished 28 days ago by SubBear
Really opened my eyes to the problems with the concept of repressed memory and how malleable memory really is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruach Communities
I'm a clinical psychologist who just finished reading this book. I have done a lot of reading on trauma and have worked with numerous individuals who have spontaneously reported... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jennifer May, Ph.D.
Because she steers people away from having a shrink digging in their heads, I give it 2 stars, but not because repressed memories are not real. Read morePublished 8 months ago by iluvstuff
I start by disagreeing with the title. Repressed memories which are later recovered are not a myth. In 1987, Hermann, J.L. & Schatzow, E. Read morePublished 10 months ago by esylvia974
Here's my response (3/26/95) published by the NYT in response to their review of this book.
Steven Rose's review . . . is imprecise in the area of rules of evidence. Mr. Read more
Elizabeth Loftus has written an excellent account of the myth of repressed memory. As a psychologist who has done cutting-edge research into the nature of memory, her book is an... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fraser Snowden
Anytime I see someone go against the grain lke this It inevitably leads to the phrase "Thou dost protest too much"
Come on, this is just ridiculous. Read more
I didn't want to believe that I had repressed memories. It is a terrifying experience to realize that significant things happened to you, yet you can't even recall them. Read morePublished 14 months ago by WildVine