The Psychotherapist's Guide To Human Memory
The Psychotherapist’s Guide to Human Memory – Despite its importance in creating and comprehending the self, memory was largely neglected in the therapeutic training curriculum prior to the publication of this book. It offers an authoritative yet accessible account of the basic principles of human memory, appealing to readers from all walks of life. Topics include memory and self, the history of memory research, childhood memory, accuracy and confidence in memory, construction and distortion of memories, the effects of mood on memory, memories for trauma, implicit recollection, hemispheric differences, false memory, and methods of enhancing retrieval.
Published June 2020