Remembering Lies: Interview with Psychiatric Abuse Victim Jeanette Bartha

by  —  November 15, 2009

“The Council finds that recollections obtained during hypnosis can involve confabulations and pseudomemories and not only fail to be more accurate, but actually appear to be less reliable than nonhypnotic recall.” –American Medical Association, Council on Scientific Affairs, Scientific Status of Refreshing Recollections by the Use of Hypnosis, 1985. “The evolution of pseudomemories is clearly […]

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