By Colin Feltham

`My congratulations to Colin Feltham for assembling a collection of contentious matters and full of life authors which jointly made me fail to remember my atmosphere' - Person-Centred perform `Editor Colin Feltham's selection of themes indicates an astute, at the flooring wisdom of the problems that puppy the undefined, whereas nonetheless making energetic examining' - New Therapist during this booklet, major practitioners, critics and commentators take aspects on many topical and middle debates together with: · Theoretical matters: Does the subconscious relatively exist? Is delivery trauma a fiction? may still one think in `false memories'? · scientific matters: Is ther

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Again, unless they remembered that there was a toy they would not look for it. To be able to recall things, we have to be able to represent them to ourselves. Visual imagery is one way this can occur, but it is predominantly through language that we give meaning to experiences, emotions and events. Some young children have the ability to remember highly detailed scenes as if they still had the actual scene before them. This so-called 'photographic' or 'eidetic' memory seems to be a type of 'visual persistence phenomenon' and the image can endure for days or even weeks (Wingfield and Byrnes, 1 98 1 : 361).

He could not accept her death, nor undertake the work of mourning so long as he could not communicate it (along with how he felt about her and her disease) to himself or others. 1O The effect of my tentative suggestion was palpable and physical. He became shocked. He was stunned by what I had said, reiterating it with a sense of realization. His delusions quickly abated, becoming something more like a neurotic obsession with keeping the drains clean, although he became more miserable and despairing over the coming weeks.

To be able to recall things, we have to be able to represent them to ourselves. Visual imagery is one way this can occur, but it is predominantly through language that we give meaning to experiences, emotions and events. Some young children have the ability to remember highly detailed scenes as if they still had the actual scene before them. This so-called 'photographic' or 'eidetic' memory seems to be a type of 'visual persistence phenomenon' and the image can endure for days or even weeks (Wingfield and Byrnes, 1 98 1 : 361).

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