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Contemporary Psychoanalysis Chapter 10 March 9, 2010
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The Neo-Analytic Movement Psychoanalysis today = theory containing ideas inspired by Freud modified & advanced by others
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The Neo-Analytic Movement Contemporary Psychoanalysis focus on childhood relationships adult conflicts with others
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Contemporary Psychoanalysis Five Postulates 1. Unconscious does play a large role (just not as large) 2. Behavior is compromise in conflict b/w mental processes 3. Childhood important in personality development, esp. in shaping adult relationship styles
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The Neo-Analytic Movement Five postulates, cont. 4. Mental representations of self & others guide interactions with others 5. Personality development involves moving away from immature way of relating to others to a mature, independent relationship style
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Recovered Memories Liz Loftus not all recovered memories are false (some are) not all recovered memories are true (some are)
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Recovered Memories Processes that contribute to the construction of false memories use of hypnosis hypnosis does not improve memory; may increase memory distortions
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Recovered Memories Recovering false memories try to corroborate false memories w/ others most modern cognitive psychologists believe that false memories can occur
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Research on False Memories forensic interview situations- witnesses pressed to provide answers to witness/experienced events Forced Fabrication Effect- participants are coerced into providing testimony about events they never saw
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