Chapter 5. The Recovered Memories Controversy: Where Do We Go from Here?
- Graham M. Davies DSc Professor of Psychology2 and
- Tim Dalgleish Research Scientist3
Published Online: 28 JAN 2005
Copyright © 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
Recovered Memories: Seeking the Middle Ground
How to Cite
Lindsay, D. S. and Read, J. D. (2001) The Recovered Memories Controversy: Where Do We Go from Here?, in Recovered Memories: Seeking the Middle Ground (eds G. M. Davies and T. Dalgleish), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. doi: 10.1002/0470013486.ch5
University of Leicester, UK
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, UK
- Published Online: 28 JAN 2005
- Published Print: 29 OCT 2001
Print ISBN: 9780471491316
Online ISBN: 9780470013489
- recovered memories of CSA;
- transfer appropriate processing (TAP);
- CSA-memory-oriented approaches to psychotherapy
This chapter contains sections titled:
Where Here Is
How and Why
How and Why Do Some People Who Experienced CSA Come to Forget That They Were Abused?
Given Forgetting of CSA, How and Why Would Memories be Recovered?
How and Why Can Non-abused Adults Come Falsely to Believe That They Were Abused?
How Prevalent Are Recovered-memory Experiences?
How Can Psychologists Improve Support for Sequelae of Recovered Memories?
Are There Reliable Means of Postdicting the Accuracy of Recovered-memory Reports?