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Recovered Memory Debate

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AQA Spec B: Cognition and Law: False and Recovered Memory - Evidence for repression.

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WJEC THE ROLE OF EMOTIONS IN MEMORY

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Although this was written for WJEC PY4 Exam it could be used for other boards. I have used a variety of sources for this, including information from resources from PsychExchange and from other parts of the internet. If anyone would like the whole of memory based on the WJEC spec I will be happy to upload them.  All photos, pictures and illustrations are taken from the internet. Some also from Psychexchange contributors.

WJEC PY4 The role of emotion in memory

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Made for WJEC PY4, but could be adapted to others. Looks at flashbulb memories, repression and mood dependent memory   See handout that goes with this powerpoint

WJEC PY4 The role of emotion in memory

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Made for WJEC PY4, but could be adapted to others. Looks at flashbulb memories, repression and mood dependent memory   See powerpoint that goes with this handout

A2 WJEC Memory-Role of Emotion

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Powepoint on Role of Emotion in Memory (i.e. Flashbulb Memory, Repression and the Depressive State)

Edexcel - AS defence mechanisms

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worksheet, activity and exam q for repression and denial

PYB2 - REMEMBERING & FORGETTING - repression investigation

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A practical handout with questions based on Levinger & Clarks word association experiment. It can lead to ethically dubious research as students strive to find emotionally charged words so you have been warned. Can lead to interesting discussions on ethics.