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The science of false memory

Author: Charles J Brainerd; Valerie F Reyna
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Series: Oxford psychology series, no. 38.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Findings from research on false memory have major implications for a number of fields central to human welfare, such as medicine and law. Although many important conclusions have been reached after a decade or so of intensive research, the majority of them are not well known outside the immediate field. To make this research accessible to a much wider audience, The Science of False Memory has been written to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles J Brainerd; Valerie F Reyna
ISBN: 0195154053 9780195154054
OCLC Number: 55589023
Description: xiv, 559 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Your ancients --
Varieties of false memory : a modern taxonomy --
Theoretical explanations of false memory --
Controlling false memories with opponent processes : laboratory research with adults --
Controlling false memories with opponent processes : developmental research with children and adolescents --
False memory in criminal investigation : adult interviewing and eyewitness identification --
False memory in criminal investigation : child interviewing and testimony --
False memory in psychotherapy --
Some growing tips.
Series Title: Oxford psychology series, no. 38.
Responsibility: C.J. Brainerd and V.F. Reyna.
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"Findings from research on false memory have major implications for a number of fields central to human welfare, such as medicine and law. Although many important conclusions have been reached after a decade or so of intensive research, the majority of them are not well known outside the immediate field. To make this research accessible to a much wider audience, The Science of False Memory has been written to require little or no background knowledge of the theory and techniques used in memory research." "The Science of False Memory will be an invaluable resource for professional researchers, practitioners, and students in the many fields for which false-memory research has implications, including child-protective services, clinical psychology, law, criminal justice, elementary and secondary education, general medicine, journalism, and psychiatry."--Jacket.

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