Watch Elizabeth Loftus explain her research

Instructions

 

The purpose of this discussion is to ponder the dynamics of repressed memories and their potential accuracy and/or inaccuracy.

Can traumatic memories be repressed, then recovered?

*Please note:* This discussion forum is “post first.” In other words, you will not see the posts of your classmates until after you post. When you post, your classmates’ posts will be revealed so you can read them and compose your reply.

Step 1: Read the following scenario based on the case of Eileen Franklin-Lipsker.

Step 2: Watch Elizabeth Loftus explain her research: The Fiction of Memory.

Step 3: Next, review the following seminal article by Elizabeth Loftus: Creating False Memories.

Step 4: Integrating at least *three* relevant terms from the assigned readings, post your position with an explanation on the following:

Explain why, why not, or why you are unsure that memories that have been repressed and then recovered should be allowed in court to prosecute the alleged abuser.

 

https://mycourses.spcollege.edu/content/enforced/152248-OFR_MERGED_693_0535/Eileen%20Franklin.Lipsker%20Case%20study.pdf?_&d2lSessionVal=mnClQIKwYrByZ8VgLX1oy6TE3

 

https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_loftus_the_fiction_of_memory

 

http://faculty.washington.edu/eloftus/Articles/sciam.htm

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