False Memory Syndrome (FMS) consists of somebody having pseudo-memories usually arising in the context of adult psychotherapy and often quite vivid and emotionally charged. It’s part of a field of research spanning trauma, memory and confabulation. Physicians and therapists should be alert and keep an open mind about this disorder. Research is needed on the identification of memory mechanisms, specific situations and personality factors involved in this syndrome. Some people and therapists believe that memories can also be repressed, wether this is the case or not, it can lead to a conundrum of false accusations....


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