Memories of Sexual Betrayal: Truth, Fantasy, Repression, and Dissociation / Edition 1

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Overview

In this comprehensive volume the repressed memory controversy is explored by leading clinicians in a discussion free of the accusatory tone that has often dominated the literature to date. The perspectives presented include an overview of neurological research on the encoding of memory, a feminist critique of the frenzy surrounding the current debate, and an exploration of the social taboos that still hamper objective discussion of child abuse. The issues raised on both sides of the 'false memory' debate cut to the heart of psychotherapeutic practice. The possibility of falsely implanted memories raises questions about the very nature of truth as it is discovered in the therapeutic setting, questions that must be addressed by all clinicians.

Articles contextualizing incest survival, memory, dissociation, authenticity of the self, etc.

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Contains papers from a 1995 conference held in New York City, in which leading clinicians discuss the repressed memory controversy free of the accusatory tone that has often dominated the literature on the subject. They overview neurological research on the encoding of memory, offer a feminist critique of the current debate, and explore the social taboos that still hamper objective discussion of child abuse. Other topics include reality testing in countertransference, reconstruction in the psychoanalytic tradition, and interpersonal psychoanalytical approaches to the sexually abused.
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Contains papers from a 1995 conference held in New York City, in which leading clinicians discuss the repressed memory controversy free of the accusatory tone that has often dominated the literature on the subject. They overview neurological research on the encoding of memory, offer a feminist critique of the current debate, and explore the social taboos that still hamper objective discussion of child abuse. Other topics include reality testing in countertransference, reconstruction in the psychoanalytic tradition, and interpersonal psychoanalytical approaches to the sexually abused. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781568217048
  • Publisher: Aronson, Jason Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 277
  • Product dimensions: 6.42 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Introduction
Pt. I Breaking the Silence
Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Approaches to the Sexually Abused 3
Pt. II The Controversy About Memories of Sexual Betrayal
1 The Controversy in Context 13
2 Deconstructing the False Memory Syndrome 29
3 Dissociation, Repression, and Reality Testing in the Countertransference 45
4 Discussion: Dissociation and Constructivism 77
5 Discussion: Makes Me Want to Shout 95
Pt. III Processing Memories of Sexual Betrayal
1 Incest Survival, Memory Disruption, and Authenticity of the Self 113
2 Knowing and Not Knowing: Paradox in the Construction of Historical Narratives 129
3 Reconstruction and the Psychoanalytic Tradition 149
4 Discussion: P[superscript 3]: Patients, Politics, and Psychotherapy in the True/False Memory Debate 179
5 Discussion: Reconstructing the Methods of Victimization 189
Pt. IV Commentaries
1 The Persistence of Nonlinguistic Testimony 209
2 Memory, Dissociation, and Agency in Sexual Abuse 221
3 Story-Truth and Happening-Truth 237
4 On a Diatribe against Freud, Psychoanalysis, and Sexual Abuse Memories 253
Afterword 263
Credits 267
Index 269
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