RETURN OF THE REPRESSED: The Persistent and Problematic Claims of Long Forgotten Trauma

“In the absence of good laboratory or clinical evidence for repression, proponents of the concept have begun to emphasize dissociation instead. But that is simply another name for repression; if one dissociates oneself from an event (is no longer aware of it), one has repressed it."

- Article in Perspectives on Psychological Science · June 2019

Otgaar Howe Patihis Merckelbach Loftus L
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