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In addition, Dr Frankel helped clarify the notion of "flashbacks" in a paper that changed public understanding of that phenomenon. Frankel noted that: "I agreed to serve on the advisory board of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation in the company of many senior academicians, memory researchers, and clinicians, all of whom were responding in similar fashion to some authors' strong convictions about the validity of recovered memories, despite the absence of evidence. The advisory board was not assembled to impede clinical practice. He is an Instructor at the Emory University Psychoanalytic Institute of the Emory University School of Medicine as well as adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Ganaway's work with dissociative disorders has led him into several controversial areas in modern psychotherapy, including multiple personalities, Satanic Ritual Abuse, and repressed memories. He helped to found the Cult Hotline and Clinic, which was awarded the William Lederer Award from the National Jewish Child Guidance Association. His most recent work is Psychology in America (1987). Hilgard demonstrated his ability to present complex subjects in readable form. Hochman refuses to mince words when he writes about the recovered memory issue.Professionals with no special agenda of their own, who receive no material reward, have lent their names and advice to the Foundation to signify that there is a body of concerned professionals who seriously question the emphatic assertions of some of their colleagues about memories of childhood trauma." New England Journal of Medicine, August 31, 1995. He has often spoken on these subjects, and has even ventured into television and film. The Association called it the most innovative outpatient program under its auspices. Halperin's papers and presentations highlighted his concerns about the effects of cults. Halperin was the editor of three books on cults, group therapy and psychodynamics and author of many articles on cults and the impact of the cult phenomenon. The book became so popular that it topped all psychology textbooks in sales, and was translated into more than 15 languages. Hilgard was elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Education and the American Philosophical Society. "Welcome to the strange world of memory recovery therapy," Dr. Karlin has been a faculty member at Rutgers ever since and is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University.He has also written on demand characteristics; multiple personality in the forensic content; and on various aspects of hypnosis. Dinges is currently the editor of the journals Sleep; Behavioral Sleep Medicine; Journal of Sleep Research; and Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine. One wonders how he finds time to be a member of a tennis club and many community service organizations in Albuquerque! For over a decade before his retirement, he was Psychiatrist-in-Chief and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Beth Israel Hospital. Frankel had a deep interest in the area of hypnosis and published many papers in that area. Ganaway coined the term "Mc Therapy" to describe what he called "the fast food psychotherapies of the 1980s and 1990s." With a bachelor's degree in clinical psychology from Duke and a medical degree from Emory University, Dr. Halperin had an illustrious career as a psychiatrist-psychoanalyst that has spanned over 40 years. Halperin maintained a private practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis, and was a consulting psychiatrist for the Custody Panel, Supreme Court of the State of New York. Hilgard delved into studies ranging from classical conditioning to explorations of hypnosis. As his interest turned more and more to hypnosis, Dr.He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine. As Editor of the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, he published two seminal journal issues devoted to the topic of false memories that set standards for clinical work and research in this area. "Freud would be turning over in his grave," said Dr. Ganaway has combined careers in private psychiatric practice and in university teaching. He was also an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York City, Assistant Attending Psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Hospital, and Adjunct Associate Professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the CUNY. Halperin often demonstrated his talent for innovation. Hilgard published Susceptibility to Hypnosis in 1965, one of three books on this subject.The list below includes the names of Board members who are now deceased because their presence on the board was so significant. His publications have appeared in various scientific and professional journals including The American Journal of Forensic Psychology, Behavioral Sciences and the Law, Michigan Bar Journal, and Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Cross-Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences was published in 2001.In 1992 the American Psychological Society made Dr.Campbell a fellow, in recognition of his "distinguished contribution to psychological science." Back to top ROSALIND DYMOND CARTWRIGHT, Ph. Personal knowledge of a repressed-memory tragedy led Dr. "A friend and colleague had an adult daughter in therapy accuse him of childhood sexual abuse," she says."It was my best judgment that this was unbelievable of the person I knew and could only been induced by the therapist." Asked whether she had noticed any progress in resolving the false memory crisis, Dr. Therapists are aware and are more careful in treatment in regard to these issues." Because of the nature of her long research career, Dr.
He has served as technical advisor and/or script consultant for several programs including PBS documentaries and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's program, "The Fifth Estate." Former program director at the Ridgeview Center for Dissociative Disorders (now Ridgeview Institute) in Smyrna, Georgia, Dr. Almost from the outset, psychiatry has dominated Dr. He was on the faculty of Law at UCLA and Cambridge. From 1982 to 1983 he was Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. He has written or edited numerous books, including Sexual Science and the Law, published by Harvard University Press, which combines both his medical and legal expertise. It's all someone else's fault." A graduate of New York University School of Medicine, Dr. He served on the editorial board of the Cultic Studies Journal. Hochman's publications are several book reviews and an article in Skeptic (1994) entitled Recovered Memory Therapy and False Memory Syndrome. His long and varied research career focused on psychophysiological abnormalities, particularly eye movements and spatial working memory as they relate to schizophrenia. In 1985 he posed the question: Psychoanalysis: Is the therapy destroying the science? "I became concerned by the obvious possibilities for injustice," he says.During the past 25 years he has performed research for the National Institutes of Health; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the National Space Biomedical Research Institute; the Air Force Office of Scientific Research; and the Department of Transportation. Ellis began teaching and research at the University of New Mexico, where he was named Distinguished Professor of Psychology in 1987. Ellis has been a researcher in the field of memory for most of his career, with general areas of interest in human memory and learning; emotional factors in memory and cognition; emotion and false memories; knowledge representation and comprehension, context and elaboration; and perceptual memory.He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the National Sleep Foundation, and been President of the Sleep Research Society. He was founding co-editor of Cognition and Emotion, and has served on the editorial board of that journal and many other professional journals. Ellis has won numerous awards and honors, including fellowships in the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the British Psychological Society. Ellis has been an expert witness in cases involving eyewitness identification and testimony since 1974 and more recently has served as a consultant on false memory syndrome.He also wrote the book, Everyday Irrationality: How Pseudo-Scientists, Lunatics, and the Rest of Us Systematically Fail to Think Rationally. Dinges has conducted research and taught at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.He decided to join the FMSF Board, he says, "because I knew something about memory," an understatement of great proportions. Dawes is a fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Science and a member of the European Academy of Science. He is Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Chief of the Division of Sleep and Chronobiology in the Department of Psychiatry; Director of the Unit for Experimental Psychiatry; and Associate Director of the Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.