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THE MYTH OF FORGOTTEN TRAUMA: Why the fiction of "repressed memories" persists.

Subjects: Trauma; Memory; Repression

  • Source: Psychology Today (PSYCHOL TODAY), Jan/Feb2020; 53(1): 16-16. (2/3p)

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Suburban Warrior Syndrome.

Subjects: FANTASY; FICTION; MASS media & children

  • Source: Psychology Today. Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p80-83. 4p.

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Chemistry Lessons.

Subjects: LOVE; LUST; SENSATION seekingUNITED States

  • Source: Psychology Today. Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p38-50. 8p. 2 Color Photographs.

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Novel Delights.

Subjects: Fiction; Books & reading; EmpathyAnna Karenina (Book : Tolstoy)

  • Source: Psychology Today. Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p51-52. 2p.

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Fact or fiction?

Subjects: Emotions; Intelligence; Left-Handedness

  • Source: Psychology Today (PSYCHOL TODAY), May/Jun2010; 43(3): [28]-[28]. (1p)

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Deep headspace: science fiction as psychodrama...Duncan Jones

Subjects: Drama; Motion Pictures

  • Source: Psychology Today (PSYCHOL TODAY), Jul/Aug2009; 42(4): 16-16. (1p)

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Science (non-)fiction: advances in memory research that would make isaac asimov swoon.

Subjects: Science; Memory

  • Source: Psychology Today (PSYCHOL TODAY), Jan/Feb2011; 44(1): 21-21. (1p)

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Irreverence material: fake almanacs are stranger than fiction.

Subjects: Creativeness ; Nomenclature ; Wit and Humor

  • Source: Psychology Today (PSYCHOL TODAY), Jan/Feb2009; 42(1): [31]-[31]. (1p)

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Fact or fiction?

Subjects: Curiosities and wondersUnited States

  • Source: Psychology Today. May-June, 2010, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p28, 1 p.

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