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Related Psychology - False Memory/Memory



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ACRPFM     Baker, Robert A. 1996. Hidden Memories: Voices and Visions from Within. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus.
ACRPFM     Barnier, A. J. and McConkey, K. M. 1992. Reports of Real and False Memories: The Relevance of Hypnosis, Hypnotizability, and the Context of Memory Test. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology 101(3): 521-527.
ACRPFM     Belli, R. F. 1989. Influences of Misleading Postevent Information: Misinformation Interference and Acceptance. Journal of Experimental Psychology 118(1): 72-85.
ACRPFM     Bowers, K. S. and Hilgard, E. R. 1988. Introduction: Some Complexities in Understanding Memory. In Hypnosis and Memory, ed. H. Pettinati, 3-18. New York: Guilford.
ACRPFM     Bowman, L. L. and Zaragoza, M. S. 1989. Similarity of Encoding Context Does Not Influence Resistance to Memory Impairment Following Misinformation. American Journal of Psychology 102(2): 249-264.
ACRPFM     Brown, D. 1994. Suggestibility and False Memory Related to Therapeutic Uncovering of Repressed Material. In Advanced Behavioral Medicine Seminar, Cambridge Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA.
ACRPFM     Brown, D. In press, Pseudomemories, the Standard of Science and the Standard of Care in Trauma Treatment. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.
ACRPFM     Ceci, S. J. and Loftus, E. F. 1994. "Memory Work": A Royal Road to False Memories? Applied Cognitive Psychology 8: 351-364.
ACRPFM     Chamberlain, David. 1988. Babies Remember Birth. Los Angeles: J. P. Tarcher.
ACRPFM     Christianson, S. 1992. Do Flashbulb Memories Differ from Other Types of Emotional Memories: In Affect and Accuracy in Recall: Studies of Flashbulb Memories, ed. E. Winograd and U. Neisser, 191-211. New York: The Cambridge Press.
ACRPFM     Christianson, S. and Loftus, E. F. 1987. Memory for Traumatic Events. Applied Cognitive Psychology 1: 225-239.
ACRPFM     Clark, S. E. In press. A Familiarity-based Account of Confidence-accuracy Inversions in Recognition Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.
ACRPFM     Doehr, E. 1994. Inside the False Memory Movement. Treating Abuse Today 4(6): 5-13.
ACRPFM     False Memory Foundation. The False Memory Syndrome Phenomenon No. FMS Foundation.
ACRPFM     False Memory Syndrome Foundation. 1994. A Proposal to Finance Preparation of Model Legislation Titled: Mental Health Consumer Protection Act.
ACRPFM     Gardner, Martin. 1993. The False Memory Syndrome. Skeptical Inquirer 17: 370-375.
ACRPFM     Guenther, R. K. and Frey, C. 1990. Recollecting Events Associated with Victimization. Psychological Reports 67(1): 207-217.
ACRPFM     Hyman, I. E., Husband, T. H., and Billings, J. F. 1995. False Memories of Childhood Experiences. Applied Cognitive Psychology 9: 181-197.
ACRPFM     Jacoby, L. L., Kelley, C. M. and Dywan, J. 1989. Memory Attributions. In Varieties of Memory and Consciousness: Essays in Honor of Ednel Tulving, ed. H. L. Roediger and F. I. M. Craik, 391-422. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
ACRPFM     Jacoby, L. L., Kelley, C., Brown, J., and Jasechko, J. 1989. Becoming Famous Overnight: Limits on the Ability to Avoid Unconscious Influences of the Past. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 56: 326-338.
ACRPFM     Johnson, M. K., Foley, M. A., Suengas, A. G., and Raye, C. L. 1988. Phenomenal Characteristics of Memories for Perceived and Imagined Autobiographical Events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 117: 371-376.
ACRPFM     Kihlstrom, J. F. and Barnhardt, T. M. 1993. The Self-regulation of Memory, for Better and for Worse, With and Without Hypnosis. In Handbook of Mental Control, ed. D. M. Wegner and J. W. Pennebaker, 88-125. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
ACRPFM     LeDoux, J. E. 1993. Emotional Memory Systems in the Brain. Behavioural Brain Research 58: 69-79.
ACRPFM     LeDoux, J. E. 1993. Emotional Memory: In Search of Systems and Synapses. Annals of the New York Academy of Science (5NM) 702: 149-157.
ACRPFM     Loftus, Elizabeth. F. 1993. The Reality of Repressed Memories. American Psychologist 485: 518-37.
ACRPFM     Loftus, Elizabeth. F. and Coan, J. In press. The Construction of Childhood Memories. In The Child Witness in Context: Cognitive, Social, and Legal Perspective, ed. D. Peters. New York: Kluwer.
ACRPFM     Loftus, Elizabeth. F. and Ketcham, K. 1994. The Myth of Repressed Memory: False Memories and Allegations of Sexual Abuse. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
ACRPFM     Loftus, Elizabeth. F. and Loftus, G. R. 1980. On the Permanence of Stored Information in the Human Brain. American Psychologist 35: 409-420.
ACRPFM     Loftus, Elizabeth. F. and Pickrell, J. E. In press. The Formation of False Memories. Psychiatric Annals.
ACRPFM     Means, B. and Loftus, E. F. 1991. When Personal History Repeats Itself: Decomposing Memories for Recurring Events. Applied Cognitive Psychology 5: 297-318.
ACRPFM     Morton, J. 1994. Cognitive Perspectives on Memory Recovery. Applied Cognitive Psychology 8: 389-398.
ACRPFM     Neisser, U. and Harsch, N. 1992. Phantom Flashbulbs: False Recollections of Hearing the News About Challenger. In Affect and Accuracy in Recall: Studies of "Flashbulb" Memories, ed. E. Winograd and U. Neisser, 9-31. New York: Cambridge University Press.
ACRPFM     Ofshe, R. J. and Watters, E. 1994. Making Monsters: False Memories, Psychotherapy and Sexual Hysteria. New York: Scribner’s.
ACRPFM     Pezdek, K. 1994. The Illusion of Illusory Memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology 8: 339-350.
ACRPFM     Reisberg, D. and Heuer, F. 1992. Remembering the Details of Emotional Events. In Affect and Accuracy in Recall: Studies of Flashbulb Memories, ed. E. Winograd and U. Neisser, 162-90. New York: The Cambridge Press.
ACRPFM     Ross, C. A. In press. Validating Memories. In Memory for Everyday and Emotional Events, ed. N. L. Stein, P. A. Ornstein, B. Tversky, and C. Brainerd. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
ACRPFM     Sheehan, P. 1988. Confidence and Memory in Hypnosis. In Hypnosis and Memory, ed. H. M. Pettinati, 95-127. New York: Guilford.
ACRPFM     Sheldrake, R. 1992. Morphic Resonance and Collective Memory. Paper presented at the international Transpersonal Association Conference, Prague, Czechoslovakia, June.
ACRPFM     Spanos, Nicholas P., Gwynn, M. I., Comer, S. L. Baltruweit, W. J., and deGroh, M. 1989. Are Hypnotically Induced Pseudomemories Resistant to Cross-examination? Law and Human Behavior 13: 271-289.
ACRPFM     Stark, T. I. 1993. What is "False Memory Syndrome?". In alt.paranet.abduct
ACRPFM     Terr, L. 1994. Unchained Memories: True Stories of Traumatic Memories, Lost and Found. New York: Basic Books.
ACRPFM     Weekes, J. R., Lynn, S. J., Green, J. P., and Brentar, J. T. 1992. Pseudomemory in Hypnotized and Task-motivated Subjects. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 101: 356-360.
ACRPFM     Whitehouse, W. G., Dinges, D. F., Orne, E. C., and Orne, M. T. 1988. Hypnotic Hypermnesia: Enhanced Memory Accessibility or Report Bias? Journal of Abnormal Psychology 97: 289-295.
ACRPFM     Wilson, S. C. and Barber, T. X. (1983). Inventory of Childhood Memories and Imaginings. Framingham, MA: Cushing Hospital.
ACRPFM     Winograd, E. and Neisser, U., eds. 1992. Affect and Accuracy in Recall: Studies of "Flashbulb" Memories. New York: Cambridge University Press.
ACRPFM     Wright, Lawrence. 1993. Remembering Satan. Parts I, II. The New Yorker (17 May): 60-81; (24 May): 54-76.
ACRPFM     Wright, Lawrence. 1994. Remembering Satan: A Tragic Case of Recovered Memory. New York: Vantage Books.
ACRPFM     Yuille, J. C. and Tollestrup, P. A. 1992. A Model of Diverse Effects of Emotion on Eyewitness Memory. In The Handbook of Emotion and Memory Research and Theory, ed. S. Christianson, 201-13. Hillsdale, NJ: Earlbaum.
ACRPFM     Zaragoza, M. S. and McCloskey, M. 1989. Misleading Postevent Information and the Memory Impairment Hypothesis: Comment on Belli and Reply to Tversky and Tuchin. Journal of Experimental Psychology 118(1): 92-99.

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