Despite its importance as a primary tool in creating and comprehending the self, memory is largely neglected in the therapeutic training curriculum. As a result, many therapists are prone to accept incorrect clinical assumptions that can cause damage to their clients. This concise guide will offer an authoritative yet accessible account of the basic principles of human memory that are especially important in the therapeutic setting. Topics include the latest findings on "recovered memories," memory and mood, suggestibility, body memories, and more.
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Author Biography - Janet L. Jones
Janet L. Jones, Ph.D., is associate professor of psychiatry at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. She is the author of Understanding Psychological Science (college text).