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  • Title: Multiple Identities & False Memories: A Sociocognitive Perspective
  • Author: Nicholas P. Spanos
  • ISBN: 9781557983404
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Multiple Identities & False Memories: A Sociocognitive Perspective By Nicholas P. Spanos Spanos rejects the traditional view by arguing that MPD is in large part a sociohistorical product To reinforce his case, he marshalls an extensive body of research that supports a sociocognitive alternative to the disease model The book critically examines commonly held views about hypnotic amnesia as an altered state, which some investigators link with the amnesia purpSpanos rejects the traditional view by arguing that MPD is in large part a sociohistorical product To reinforce his case, he marshalls an extensive body of research that supports a sociocognitive alternative to the disease model The book critically examines commonly held views about hypnotic amnesia as an altered state, which some investigators link with the amnesia purportedly experienced by MPD patients It investigates the nature of memory and the complex issues surrounding the reported recovery during psychotherapy of memories of childhood abuse It also explores the parallels between MPD and posits their relation to such historical and sociocultural phenomena as spirit possession, witchcraft, glossolalia and hysteria And it evaluates the role of social learning and validation in the development of MPD.
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    Multiple Identities & False Memories: A Sociocognitive Perspective By Nicholas P. Spanos

    Commentaires:

    Liam Guilar
    I m not qualified to assess the argument, but the book is clearly written and fascinating He lines up a set of assumptions, from regression and repression to demonic possession and the long term causes of possible infant trauma and knocks them over calmly and logically.Whether it s good medicine is for someone else to judge but it s a thought provoking book.

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