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Victims of memory : incest accusations and shattered lives, by Mark Pendergrast

Label
Victims of memory : incest accusations and shattered lives
Title
Victims of memory
Title remainder
incest accusations and shattered lives
Statement of responsibility
by Mark Pendergrast
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Pendergrast, Mark
Dewey number
616.85/8369
Index
index present
LC call number
RC455.2.F35
LC item number
P46 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • False memory syndrome
  • Recovered memory
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • Memory
  • Repression (Psychology)
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • False memory syndrome
  • Memory
  • Recovered memory
  • Repression (Psychology)
  • Incest
  • Kinderen
  • Geheugen
  • Herinnering
  • Betrouwbaarheid
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • False memory syndrome
Label
Victims of memory : incest accusations and shattered lives, by Mark Pendergrast
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 567-581) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Victims of memory: an overview -- 2. Daughters lost -- 3. How to become a survivor : The horror of real incest ; The search for lost memories ; The courage to accuse ; Other survivor literature ; Emotional incest ; Men can be survivors, too ; A textbook for memory invention ; The academics ; Ritual abuse and multiple personalities ; Entering the mainstream: "the terrible truth" -- 4. The memory maze : Reconstructing the past ; Psychological turf wars ; Repression: for and against ; "Proof" for repression ; Lenore Terr: Story-time ; Miss America and other famous victims ; Elizabeth Loftus: "That woman" ; Wilder Penfield, Karl Lashley, and the search for the engram ; Implicit and state-dependent memory ; Scientists as true believers ; The connectionist computer model ; Memory palaces and haunted houses ; Infantile amnesia and preverbal abuse ; Common-sense conclusions -- 5. How to believe the unbelievable : Hypnosis: memory prod or production? ; Age regression: let's pretend ; Past lives and unidentified flying fantasies ; Facilitated communication and the human Ouija Board ; Dream work ; Sleep paralysis ; Flashbacks or visions? ; Body memories and panic attacks ; Symptoms: pickle aversion and eating disorders ; Drugs ; Cognitive dissonance and group contagion ; The contexts of insanity -- 6. Multiple personalities and Satanic cults : Sybil and her traumatized alters ; Ralph Allison's new frontier ; Diagnosing the elusive multiple ; Manufacturing MPD ; Dissociative disorder units: terror in the MPD mills ; Dissociation and the absent-minded professor ; Grade fives, temporal lobe spikes, and personality ; Satan's minions ; A warning from Thigpen and Cleckley -- 7. The therapists : Sam Holden, Christian counselor ; Janet Griffin, MSW ; Horace Stone, minister/counselor ; Leslie Watkins, PhD, clinical psychologist ; Charlotte Halpern, psychiatrist ; Jason Ransom, body worker ; Katherine Hylander, past life hypnotherapist ; Sally Bixby, psychotherapist -- 8. The survivors : Virginia Hudson, incest survivor (letter) ; Susan Ramsey, incest survivor ; Diane Schultz, incest survivor ; Frieda Maybry, ritual abuse survivor ; Patricia Delaney, survivor and lawyer ; Angela Bergeron, multiple personality survivor ; Elaine Pirelli, survivor who remembered being impregnated ; Melinda Couture, sexual abuse survivor and wife of accused father ; Sally Hampshire, incest survivor who has always remembered
  • 9. The accused : Hank and Arlene Schmidt, accused parents, and Frank Schmidt, their son ; Bob Sculley, accused father ; Julia Hapgood, wife of accused ; Dr. Aaron Goldberg, accused father ; Joe Simmons, accused father ; Gloria Harmon, accused mother ; Bart Stafford, accused sibling ; Rhonda and Paul Hallisey, accused of facilitated communication -- 10. The retractors : Olivia McKillop, retractor ; Shauna Fletcher, retractor ; Maria Granucci, retractor ; Leslie Hannegan, Christian retractor ; Nell Charette, "MPD" retractor ; Stephanie Krauss, retractor from a psychiatric hospital ; Robert Wilson, retractor -- 11. And a little child shall lead them (and be led) : McMartin: the first day-care scandal ; Research on suggestibility ; Abusing kids in outer space and other allegations ; The Fells Acres nightmare ; The rape of the Souza family ; Believing the children ; Peggy Buckey's post-traumatic stress -- 12. A brief history: the witch craze, reflex arcs, and Freud's legacy : The witch craze ; Demons ; The nerve doctors and the "hysterics" ; Hypnotism ; Charcot's circus ; Freud's mental extractions ; Did Freud lead his patients? ; Multiple personalities ; Emil Kraepelin and his patient -- 13. Why now? : A nation in search of a disease ; Victims all ; Pop therapy ; The frantic pursuit of happiness and the Boomers ; The women's movement ; Politically correct excesses ; The fragmentation of the family ; Righting wrongs ; Media madness and sexual schizophrenia ; A concluding note -- 14. Survivorship as religion: martyrs, true believers, and gurus : The substitute faith ; Defining religion ; Conversion ; Ecstatic religion and the possessed Shaman ; Rage and the worship of self ; Bradshaw: the evangelist of dysfunction ; Saving the world Survivorship as sect -- 15. Conclusions and recommendations : The scope of the problem ; The backlash: whose back? whose lash? ; Circling the wagons ; Avoiding the truth trap ; "Moderates" and other therapists ; Holding therapists responsible ; Where the money is ; Therapists facing the future: "flocks of edgy birds" ; The hazards and uses of therapy ; The verdict on repressed memories ; When a friend remembers ; A hug is not sex abuse ; Humans are resilient ; Crying wolf ; Unwanted bedfellows ; Legal and professional recommendations ; To parents, children, and therapists -- A letter to Stacey and Christina
Control code
ocm31131238
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
603 pages
Isbn
9780942679168
Lccn
94034855
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o31131238
  • (OCoLC)31131238
Label
Victims of memory : incest accusations and shattered lives, by Mark Pendergrast
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 567-581) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Victims of memory: an overview -- 2. Daughters lost -- 3. How to become a survivor : The horror of real incest ; The search for lost memories ; The courage to accuse ; Other survivor literature ; Emotional incest ; Men can be survivors, too ; A textbook for memory invention ; The academics ; Ritual abuse and multiple personalities ; Entering the mainstream: "the terrible truth" -- 4. The memory maze : Reconstructing the past ; Psychological turf wars ; Repression: for and against ; "Proof" for repression ; Lenore Terr: Story-time ; Miss America and other famous victims ; Elizabeth Loftus: "That woman" ; Wilder Penfield, Karl Lashley, and the search for the engram ; Implicit and state-dependent memory ; Scientists as true believers ; The connectionist computer model ; Memory palaces and haunted houses ; Infantile amnesia and preverbal abuse ; Common-sense conclusions -- 5. How to believe the unbelievable : Hypnosis: memory prod or production? ; Age regression: let's pretend ; Past lives and unidentified flying fantasies ; Facilitated communication and the human Ouija Board ; Dream work ; Sleep paralysis ; Flashbacks or visions? ; Body memories and panic attacks ; Symptoms: pickle aversion and eating disorders ; Drugs ; Cognitive dissonance and group contagion ; The contexts of insanity -- 6. Multiple personalities and Satanic cults : Sybil and her traumatized alters ; Ralph Allison's new frontier ; Diagnosing the elusive multiple ; Manufacturing MPD ; Dissociative disorder units: terror in the MPD mills ; Dissociation and the absent-minded professor ; Grade fives, temporal lobe spikes, and personality ; Satan's minions ; A warning from Thigpen and Cleckley -- 7. The therapists : Sam Holden, Christian counselor ; Janet Griffin, MSW ; Horace Stone, minister/counselor ; Leslie Watkins, PhD, clinical psychologist ; Charlotte Halpern, psychiatrist ; Jason Ransom, body worker ; Katherine Hylander, past life hypnotherapist ; Sally Bixby, psychotherapist -- 8. The survivors : Virginia Hudson, incest survivor (letter) ; Susan Ramsey, incest survivor ; Diane Schultz, incest survivor ; Frieda Maybry, ritual abuse survivor ; Patricia Delaney, survivor and lawyer ; Angela Bergeron, multiple personality survivor ; Elaine Pirelli, survivor who remembered being impregnated ; Melinda Couture, sexual abuse survivor and wife of accused father ; Sally Hampshire, incest survivor who has always remembered
  • 9. The accused : Hank and Arlene Schmidt, accused parents, and Frank Schmidt, their son ; Bob Sculley, accused father ; Julia Hapgood, wife of accused ; Dr. Aaron Goldberg, accused father ; Joe Simmons, accused father ; Gloria Harmon, accused mother ; Bart Stafford, accused sibling ; Rhonda and Paul Hallisey, accused of facilitated communication -- 10. The retractors : Olivia McKillop, retractor ; Shauna Fletcher, retractor ; Maria Granucci, retractor ; Leslie Hannegan, Christian retractor ; Nell Charette, "MPD" retractor ; Stephanie Krauss, retractor from a psychiatric hospital ; Robert Wilson, retractor -- 11. And a little child shall lead them (and be led) : McMartin: the first day-care scandal ; Research on suggestibility ; Abusing kids in outer space and other allegations ; The Fells Acres nightmare ; The rape of the Souza family ; Believing the children ; Peggy Buckey's post-traumatic stress -- 12. A brief history: the witch craze, reflex arcs, and Freud's legacy : The witch craze ; Demons ; The nerve doctors and the "hysterics" ; Hypnotism ; Charcot's circus ; Freud's mental extractions ; Did Freud lead his patients? ; Multiple personalities ; Emil Kraepelin and his patient -- 13. Why now? : A nation in search of a disease ; Victims all ; Pop therapy ; The frantic pursuit of happiness and the Boomers ; The women's movement ; Politically correct excesses ; The fragmentation of the family ; Righting wrongs ; Media madness and sexual schizophrenia ; A concluding note -- 14. Survivorship as religion: martyrs, true believers, and gurus : The substitute faith ; Defining religion ; Conversion ; Ecstatic religion and the possessed Shaman ; Rage and the worship of self ; Bradshaw: the evangelist of dysfunction ; Saving the world Survivorship as sect -- 15. Conclusions and recommendations : The scope of the problem ; The backlash: whose back? whose lash? ; Circling the wagons ; Avoiding the truth trap ; "Moderates" and other therapists ; Holding therapists responsible ; Where the money is ; Therapists facing the future: "flocks of edgy birds" ; The hazards and uses of therapy ; The verdict on repressed memories ; When a friend remembers ; A hug is not sex abuse ; Humans are resilient ; Crying wolf ; Unwanted bedfellows ; Legal and professional recommendations ; To parents, children, and therapists -- A letter to Stacey and Christina
Control code
ocm31131238
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
603 pages
Isbn
9780942679168
Lccn
94034855
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o31131238
  • (OCoLC)31131238

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