Dr. Elizabeth Loftus reflects on her life and career in the psychology of memory. She is well known for her research into repressed memories and her collaboration with the criminal justice system in determining eyewitness reliability. She has spent decades challenging the idea that repressed memories are always true.
Elizabeth Loftus: "Life in Memory"
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