Multiple Identities & False Memories

A Sociocognitive Perspective


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
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Nicholas P Spanos
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371

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Preface - John F. Chaves and Bill Jones About the Author Introduction I. The Use of Hypnosis as a Therapeutic Tool Hypnosis: Mythology Versus Reality High Hypnotizability and Dramatic Behaviors Hypnotic Amnesia, Posthypnotic Response, and "Brainwashing" II. Creating False Memories Distortions of Memory The Seduction Theory: Old and New Versions Child Sexual Abuse and the Fate of Abuse Memories Hypnosis, Age Regression, and Memory Complex False Memories, Body Memories, and Hypnosis UFO Abduction: An Example of Complex False Memory The Experimental Creation of Multiplicity III. Multiple Identities in Other Cultures and Times Cross-Cultural Studies of Spirit Possession Historical Manifestations of Demonic Possession The Social Functions of Possession From Possession to Dual Consciousness From Dual Consciousness to Multiple Personality The History of Dissociation IV. The Theory of Multiple Personality Disorder Multiple Personality Disorder and Social Learning Correlates of Multiple Personality Disorder Child Abuse and Multiple Personality Disorder Multiple Personality Disorder, Recovered Memories, and Sociopolitical Considerations V. Conclusion Final Thoughts References Author Index Subject Index

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