Remembering Our Childhood: How Memory Betrays Us Hardcover – Mar 22 2009
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Lively investigation. Andrew Robinson, Lancet Never less than fascinating. William Leith, Financial Times A terrific book. Sabbagh's journey into childhood memory shows keen insight into how it works and what it means. He offers a masterfully original and beautifully written perspective on one of the most fundamental aspects of the human mind. Elizabeth F. Loftus, Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychology and Social Behavior, University of California, Irvine
About the Author
Karl Sabbagh was educated at King's College, Cambridge, where he studied experimental psychology. He then spent many years as a documentary television producer for broadcasters in the U.K. and the U.S. before becoming a full-time writer.
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also many recent scientific research has been shown to demonstrate the *traumatic* memories cannot be falsely remembered and are often repressed as a coping mechanism, all this is ignored in the book - really the author needs to start again since he has ignored nearly all post-2000 research
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