Wednesday, 9 August 2006

From the International Conference on Memory.

Listen online to this ABC radio broadcast:
Your memory is your personal archive. But it can trick you too - sometimes with serious consequences. Are children more susceptible to false memories, or adults?
Striking new research has important implications for how we handle children in courts and therapy, and for our understanding of this fallible human talent.
Join Natasha Mitchell for the latest from the International Conference on Memory.
Dr Deryn Strange – Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology, University of Otago
Professor Mark Howe – The Centre for Research in Human Development, Psychology Department, Lancaster University, UK
Professor Daniel Bernstein – Department of Psychology, Kwantlen University College, British Columbia, Canada

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