Harvard University Press (1998)

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Jeffrey Prager
University of California, Los Angeles
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At the core of Presenting the Past is the dramatic and troubling case of a woman who during the course of her analysis began to recall scenes of her own ...
Keywords Psychoanalysis and culture  Memory  Memory Case studies  False memory syndrome  False memory syndrome Case studies
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Call number BF175.4.C84.P73 1998
ISBN(s) 0674566416   9780674566415
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