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1.40 MEMORY, FALSE MEMORY -- PSYCHOLOGY ABUSE TERMS, CONCEPTS

==== Memory, False Memory

MEANING: The ability to recall one's past. A false memory is one that a person believes happened, but it did not.

RELEVANCE TO ABUSE: Abusers tend to have bad memories. They often do not see the patterns of abuse or distort things to suit their needs. Sometimes they even make things up, things that they probably believe, a false memory.

PERSONAL NOTE FROM RICK DOBLE: I have seen false memory in action often, but it took me my whole life to understand what was happening. For example, a sequence of events might start a fight between a man and wife. However, after a while, the abusive person will change that sequence to suit his or her agenda.

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