Dowd T E: Memory processes in psychotherapy: Implications for integration.
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration 12(2): 233-246, 2002.
Abstract: This article discusses aspects of memory, such as encoding processes, source misattribution, and postevent suggestions, which may potentially distort memories. Some of these memory distortions may result from therapist actions and create false memories. The possible role of hypnotic ability in memory distortions is discussed, and implications for integrative psychotherapeutic practice are presented. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved)