Memory suppression in PTSD treatment?. Holmes, E., A., Moulds, M., L., & Kavanagh, D.
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Comments on article (see record 2007-11410-001) by B. E. Depue et al., which suggest possible "implications for therapeutic approaches" for emotionally distressing memories. They speculate that the results "provide the possibility for approaches to controlling memories by suppressing sensory aspects of memory." The current authors applaud the experimental approach and welcome new ideas for clinical innovation. However, the proposal that suppression would be a beneficial strategy for clinical intrusive memories is directly counter to treatment outcome data.
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 abstract = {Comments on article (see record 2007-11410-001) by B. E. Depue et al., which suggest possible "implications for therapeutic approaches" for emotionally distressing memories. They speculate that the results "provide the possibility for approaches to controlling memories by suppressing sensory aspects of memory." The current authors applaud the experimental approach and welcome new ideas for clinical innovation. However, the proposal that suppression would be a beneficial strategy for clinical intrusive memories is directly counter to treatment outcome data. },
 bibtype = {misc},
 author = {Holmes, Emily A. and Moulds, Michelle L. and Kavanagh, David}
}
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