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Professor Grant Devilly, from Griffith University's Psychological Health research unit, says the memory usually works in the opposite way, with traumatised people reliving experiences they would rather forget."It's the opposite. In an "Amicus Curiae" (Friend of the Court) briefing to the California Supreme Court, Professor Richard Mc Nally from Harvard University described the theory of repressed memory as "the most pernicious bit of folklore ever to infect psychology and psychiatry".
He maintains false memories can easily be created by inept therapists."The stress hormones that are released during a trauma tend to consolidate the memory, make it rather strong and sometimes even intrusive, as you see in post-traumatic stress disorder," he said.
We don't really have a choice when it comes to getting stressed -- we may as well work to undo its effects.