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    Memory Recovery and Repression: What is the Evidence?Felicity A. Goodyear-Smith, Tannis M. Laidlaw & Robert G. Large - 1997 - Health Care Analysis 5 (2):99-111.
    Both the theory that traumatic childhood memories can be repressed, and the reliability of the techniques used to retrieve these memories are challenged in this paper. Questions are raised about the robustness of the theory and the literature that purports to provide scientific evidence for it. Evidence to this end is provided by the demographic and qualitative results of a research study conducted by the authors which surveyed New Zealand families in which one member had accused another of sexual abuse (...)
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    Opioids for Chronic Pain of Non-Malignant Origin—Caring or Crippling.Robert G. Large & Stephan A. Schug - 1995 - Health Care Analysis 3 (1):5-11.
    Pain management has improved in the past few decades. Opioid analgesics have become the mainstay in the treatment of cancer pain whilst inter-disciplinary pain management programmes are the generally accepted approach to chronic pain of non-malignant origin. Recently some pain specialists have advocated the use of opioids in the long-term management of non-cancer pain. This has raised some fundamental questions about the purpose of pain management. Is it best to opt for maximum pain relief and comfort, or should one emphasise (...)
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    Memory Recovery and Repression: What Is The Evidence?Felicity A. Goodyear‐Smith, Tannis M. Laidlaw & Robert G. Large - 1997 - Health Care Analysis 5 (2):99-111.
    Both the theory that traumatic childhood memories can be repressed, and the reliability of the techniques used to retrieve these memories are challenged in this paper. Questions are raised about the robustness of the theory and the literature that purports to provide scientific evidence for it. Evidence to this end is provided by the demographic and qualitative results of a research study conducted by the authors which surveyed New Zealand families in which one member had accused another of sexual abuse (...)
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    Opioids for Chronic Pain of Non-Malignant Origin: Panacea, Palliation or Pandora's Box? [REVIEW]Robert G. Large & Stephan A. Schug - 1995 - Health Care Analysis 3 (4):350-352.
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    Riposte: In Praise of Scholarship: A Reply to McCullough.Felicity A. Goodyear-Smith, Tannis M. Laidlaw & Robert G. Large - 1998 - Health Care Analysis 6 (3):223-226.
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    Riposte: In Praise of Scholarship: A Reply to McCullough.Felicity A. Goodyear‐Smith, Tannis M. Laidlaw & Robert G. Large - 1998 - Health Care Analysis 6 (3):223-226.