Journals Higher Education



Published: 21 July 2011

240 Pages | n/a

7.7 x 5.1 inches

ISBN: 9780199218417

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Remembering our Childhood

How Memory Betrays Us

Karl Sabbagh

  • Tackles an intense and topical issue in the climate of growing anxiety and even paranoia about child abuse
  • Brings together the growing scientific understanding of the nature of memory with the contemporary social issues of vulnerable patients with depression and eating disorders, claims of child abuse, types of therapy, and high profile court cases
  • A vivid and engaging account full of comments quoted from interviews with leading psychologists and excerpts from transcripts of interviews used in court
  • Well-known and established writer, author of Palestine: a personal history and other books

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