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This book is about autobiographical memory and personal history, with a special focus on the impact of trauma on several levels of information-processing and memory organization.
Controversies around memory, such as the issue of so-called "recovered memories" of abuse, are considered within a broad context that recognizes that accuracy of such memories is not an absolute. The final chapters deal specifically with the access and use of memories in psychotherapy.
Covers the integrative function of memory, selective processes in memory, representation & the self, etc.
|2||Getting Past the Present||19|
|3||Selective Processes in Memory||37|
|4||Memory as Competence||57|
|5||Representation and the Self||85|
|6||The Impact of Trauma||106|
|7||The Subversion of Memory||137|
|8||The Self in Hiding||160|
|9||The Self in Pieces||178|
|10||Making It Safe to Remember||201|
|11||Recollection: Picking Up the Pieces||225|
|12||Integration: Putting the Pieces Together||253|