Making monsters: false memories, psychotherapy, and sexual hysteria
In the last decade, reports of incest have exploded into the national consciousness. Magazines, talk shows, and mass market paperbacks have all jumped into the fray, as many Americans - primarily women - have come forward with graphic and true stories of sexual and psychological abuse. Many of these stories, however, have emerged from recovered memory therapy, a process by which the therapist leads the patient to recall long-buried memories. Now the Pulitzer Prize-winning social psychologist Richard Ofshe and Mother Jones writer Ethan Watters demonstrate that these recovered memories can be false, fabricated in the highly charged atmosphere of therapy, usually through questionable techniques such as hypnosis. Ofshe and Watters not only take to task poorly trained therapists - and in many states no real clinical experience is required to practice - they also show how the mental health establishment has actually added to the confusion. Ofshe and Watters trace the problem back to its source - Sigmund Freud - and illuminate how and why the debate about recovered memories will drive psychology in the future. Making Monsters is groundbreaking science with powerful stories. It comes at a time when parents and friends of recovered memory patients, wrongly accused of violent physical and emotional abuse, are banding together, searching for real answers to difficult questions. Timely and controversial, this book exposes a profound social and psychological crisis, and will curb a popular craze that is destroying thousands of families. Its message cannot be ignored.
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Review: Making Monsters: False Memories, Psychotherapy, And Sexual Hysteria, Updated with a new final chapterユーザー レビュー - Cynmo - Goodreads
Remarkable, clear, carefully reasoned, backed up with plenty of evidence. The authors take to task the industries creating then prosecuting instances of recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Making Monsters: False Memories, Psychotherapy, And Sexual Hysteria, Updated with a new final chapterユーザー レビュー - Braden Canfield - Goodreads
Picked up this book on a whim. Found it fascinating. Ofshe uncovers some astounding abuses of the now debunked practice of "recovering" "repressed" memories of childhood abuse (not to be confused with ... レビュー全文を読む
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