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A Past That Never Was: Implanted Abuse Memories Still Cause Damage Today

When 21-year-old nurse Carol Felstead went to her doctor complaining of repeated headaches, she wasn’t just prescribed painkillers. Instead, she was referred for psychotherapy that would ultimately involve hypnosis to “recover” so-called repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse.

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Published By: Science 2.0 - Monday, 13 July, 2015

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