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- One Introduction: what are memories?Martin A. Conway
- Two The troublesome unknowns about trauma and recovered memoriesMichael Yapko
- Three Events spoken and unspoken: implications of language and memory development for the recovered memory debateRobyn Fivush, Margaret-Ellen Pipe, Tamar Murachver, and Elaine Reese
- Four The recovered memories debate: a cognitive neuroscience perspectiveDaniel L. Schacter, Kenneth A. Norman, and Wilma Koutstaal
- Five Suffering from reminiscences: exhumed memory, implicit memory, and the return of the repressedJohn F. Kihlstrom
- Six Recovery of true and false memories: paradoxical effects of repeated testingHenry L. Roediger, III, Kathleen B. Mcdermott, and Lyn M. Goff
- Seven Past and present: recovered memories and false memoriesMartin A. Conway
- Eight Reasoning about repression: inferences from clinical and experimental dataChris R. Brewin and Bernice Andrews
- Nine Delayed memories of child sexual abuse: critique of the controversy and clinical guidelinesChristine A. Courtois
- Ten Remembering and forgetting traumatic experiences: a matter of survivalSven-Ake Christianson and Elisabeth Engelberg
- Eleven Taking the middle line: can we accommodate both fabricated and recovered memories of sexual abuse?Jonathan W. Schooler, Miriam Bendiksen, and Zara Ambadar