Image ofEP17 Speech 18 - The Fiction of Memory (Audio Only)
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Download

Topic Areas:
Speech |  Memory
Category:
Evolution of Psychotherapy |  Evolution of Psychotherapy 2017
Faculty:
Elizabeth Loftus
Duration:
57 Minutes
Format:
Audio only
Original Program Date:
Dec 16, 2017
Short Description:
For several decades, I have been manufacturing memories in unsuspecting minds. People can be led to believe that they did things that would have been rather implausible. They can be led to falsely believe that they had experiences that would have been emotional or traumatic had they actually happened. False memories, like true ones, also have consequences for people, affecting later thoughts, intentions, and behaviors. Can we tell true memories from false ones? In several studies, I created false memories in the minds of people, and then compared them to true memories. Once planted, the false memories look very much like true memories—in terms of behavioral characteristics, emotionality and neural signatures. If false memories can be so readily planted in the mind, do we need to think about “regulating” this mind technology? And what do these pseudo memories say about the nature of memory itself?
Price:
$20.00

Image ofEP17 Speech 18 - The Fiction of Memory
Product Type
Stream

Topic Areas:
Speech |  Memory
Category:
Evolution of Psychotherapy |  Evolution of Psychotherapy 2017
Faculty:
Elizabeth Loftus
Duration:
58 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Dec 10, 2017
Short Description:
For several decades, I have been manufacturing memories in unsuspecting minds. People can be led to believe that they did things that would have been rather implausible. They can be led to falsely believe that they had experiences that would have been emotional or traumatic had they actually happened. False memories, like true ones, also have consequences for people, affecting later thoughts, intentions, and behaviors. Can we tell true memories from false ones? In several studies, I created false memories in the minds of people, and then compared them to true memories. Once planted, the false memories look very much like true memories—in terms of behavioral characteristics, emotionality and neural signatures. If false memories can be so readily planted in the mind, do we need to think about “regulating” this mind technology? And what do these pseudo memories say about the nature of memory itself?
Price:
$29.00

Image ofEP17 Speech 18 - The Fiction of Memory
Product Type
DVD

Topic Areas:
Speech |  Memory
Category:
Evolution of Psychotherapy |  Evolution of Psychotherapy 2017
Faculty:
Elizabeth Loftus
Duration:
1 Hour
Copyright:
Dec 10, 2017
Short Description:
For several decades, I have been manufacturing memories in unsuspecting minds. People can be led to believe that they did things that would have been rather implausible. They can be led to falsely believe that they had experiences that would have been emotional or traumatic had they actually happened. False memories, like true ones, also have consequences for people, affecting later thoughts, intentions, and behaviors. Can we tell true memories from false ones? In several studies, I created false memories in the minds of people, and then compared them to true memories. Once planted, the false memories look very much like true memories—in terms of behavioral characteristics, emotionality and neural signatures. If false memories can be so readily planted in the mind, do we need to think about “regulating” this mind technology? And what do these pseudo memories say about the nature of memory itself?
Price:
$59.00

Image ofEP17 Speech 18 - The Fiction of Memory (Includes CE)
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Topic Areas:
Speech |  Memory |  Continuing Education
Category:
Evolution of Psychotherapy |  Evolution of Psychotherapy 2017
Faculty:
Elizabeth Loftus
Duration:
58 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Dec 11, 2017
Short Description:
For several decades, I have been manufacturing memories in unsuspecting minds. People can be led to believe that they did things that would have been rather implausible. They can be led to falsely believe that they had experiences that would have been emotional or traumatic had they actually happened. False memories, like true ones, also have consequences for people, affecting later thoughts, intentions, and behaviors. Can we tell true memories from false ones? In several studies, I created false memories in the minds of people, and then compared them to true memories. Once planted, the false memories look very much like true memories—in terms of behavioral characteristics, emotionality and neural signatures. If false memories can be so readily planted in the mind, do we need to think about “regulating” this mind technology? And what do these pseudo memories say about the nature of memory itself?
Price:
$34.00

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