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BiblioThe End of Eyewitness Testimonies Steven02 years 4 months ago
BiblioStudy: Freud Was Wrong About Repressed Memories Steven02 years 4 months ago
BiblioSatanic child abuse claims are almost certainly based on false memories Steven02 years 4 months ago
BiblioMemory isn't always clear cut Steven02 years 6 months ago
BiblioCriteria for judging the admissibility of eyewitness testimony of long past events. Steven02 years 7 months ago
Basic pageCriminal Investigations Steven02 years 7 months ago
ArticleWebsite Update Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioFirst Reported Case of Lorazepam-Assisted Interview in a Young Indian Female Presenting with Dissociative Identity Disorder and Improvement in Symptoms after the Interview Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioFalse memories for highly aversive early childhood events: Effects of guided imagery and group influence. Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioMemories are made of this Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioPsychologists and psychiatrists serving as expert witnesses in court: what do they know about eyewitness memory? Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioUnconscious Repressed Memory Is Scientifically Questionable Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioEcstasy: Could This Club Drug Cure Diseases? Steven02 years 8 months ago
BiblioA PERFECT SYMMETRY: A STUDY OF RETRACTORS’ EXPERIENCES OF RECOVERING AND THEN RETRACTING ABUSE MEMORIES. Steven02 years 9 months ago
BiblioFalse memories for highly aversive early childhood events: Effects of guided imagery and group influence. Steven02 years 9 months ago
Basic pageUseful Wikipedia articles Steven02 years 11 months ago
BiblioAre Repressed Memories Real? Steven02 years 11 months ago
BiblioBRET F. MANESS, Appellant, v. MIKE GORDON, WILLIAM MILLER, SHELLEY (DOE GORDON, JOHN DOE, FRED POTTS, MARK KOLSTAD, ARVID "B.J." BJORTON, MICHAEL JUSTICE, JAMES SERFLING, TERRENCE STAHLMAN, ROBERT PIPKIN, SR., JUDITH RAE MANESS, Appellees. Steven02 years 11 months ago
BiblioFalse Memories – A Faulty Reconstruction Steven02 years 11 months ago
Basic pageThe Repressed Memory Myth Steven02 years 11 months ago
BiblioUse of “Temas” with patients referred for sexual abuse: Case studies of Puerto Rican children Steven03 years 3 weeks ago
BiblioMemory for child sexual abuse information: Simulated memory error and individual differences Steven03 years 3 weeks ago
BiblioMemories of childhood abuse: Dissociation, amnesia, and corroboration Steven03 years 1 month ago
BiblioDesperately seeking evidence: The recovered memory debate Steven03 years 1 month ago
BiblioDoe v. Archdiocese of St. Paul, 817 NW 2d 150 - Minn: Supreme Court 2012 Steven03 years 1 month ago

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