I enjoyed this thorough examination of this controversial phenomena of implanted or so-called "repressed memories." The case histories are detailed and chilling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christian Brown
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 4 months ago by SubBear
Really opened my eyes to the problems with the concept of repressed memory and how malleable memory really is. Read morePublished 5 months 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 5 months 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 11 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 14 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 15 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