Working with recovered memories
Alan Frankland and Lesley Cohen present a draft of new guidelines for good practice in this difficult area, and invite comment and debate.
RECOVERED memory and the risk of false memory are important issues of concern for a wide range of practitioner psychologists. The Society wishes to ensure that any guidelines eventually adopted in this area have widespread currency among the membership. A draft set of new guidelines has been developed as the result of a decision by the Professional Affairs Board (PAB) to review the earlier guidelines issued by the Society (The British Psychological Society, 1995b).
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