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Davids, J. (1994). Conference on ‘Recovered Memories of Abuse - True or False?’: A Personal Review. Bul. Anna Freud Centre, 17(4):353-356.

(1994). Bulletin of the Anna Freud Centre, 17(4):353-356

Conference on ‘Recovered Memories of Abuse - True or False?’: A Personal Review

Jennifer Davids

Conference Programme

Friday Morning: Prof. Joseph Sandler, Chair

Paper ‘Memories of Abuse or Abuse of Memories?’ presented by Prof. Lawrence Weiskrantz, FRS; discussant: Dr Judith Trowell; discussion from the floor.

Friday Afternoon: Dr Eric Rayner, Chair

Paper ‘Cognitive Perspectives on Recovered Memories’ presented by Prof. John Morton; discussant: Dr Christopher Cordess; discussion from the floor.

Saturday Morning: Dr Arnon Bentovim, Chair

Paper ‘Re-Membering in Therapy’ presented by Ms Valerie Sinason; discussant: Ms Susie Orbach; discussion from the floor.

Saturday Afternoon: Prof. Peter Fonagy, Chair

Discussion by panellists: Prof. Alan D. Baddeley FRS, Dr Brendan McCarthy, Prof. John Morton, Dr Hanna Segal, Ms Valerie Sinason, Prof. Lawrence Weiskrantz FRS; discussion from the floor.

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