Tuesday, 12 October 2010

British Psychological Society: revised guidelines

The BPS has issued an update to its Guidelines on Memory and the Law, Recommendations from the Scientific Study of Human Memory.

Quote: "People can remember events that they have not in reality experienced. This does not necessarily entail deliberate deception. For example, an event that was imagined, was a blend of a number of different events, or that makes personal sense for some other reason, can come to be genuinely experienced as a memory,..."

Download April 2010 revised version at: