Lawrence Patihis
Lawrence Patihis
Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth
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Are the “Memory Wars” Over? A Scientist-Practitioner Gap in Beliefs About Repressed Memory
L Patihis, LY Ho, IW Tingen, SO Lilienfeld, EF Loftus
Psychological science 25, 519–530, 2014
False memories in highly superior autobiographical memory individuals
L Patihis, S Frenda, A LePort, N Petersen, R Nichols, C Stark, J McGaugh, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110, 20947–20952, 2013
The return of the repressed: The persistent and problematic claims of long-forgotten trauma
H Otgaar, ML Howe, L Patihis, H Merckelbach, SJ Lynn, SO Lilienfeld, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (6), 1072-1095, 2019
Sleep deprivation and false memories
SJ Frenda, L Patihis, EF Loftus, HC Lewis, KM Fenn
Psychological Science 25 (9), 1674-1681, 2014
Reports of recovered memories of abuse in therapy in a large age-representative U.S. national sample: Therapy type and decade comparisons.
L Patihis, MH Pendergrast
Clinical Psychological Science 7 (1), 3-21, 2019
Misinformation Effect in Older Versus Younger Adults
LE Wylie, L Patihis, LL McCuller, D Davis, EM Brank, EF Loftus, ...
The Elderly Eyewitness in Court, 38-66, 2014
False memory tasks do not reliably predict other false memories
L Patihis, S Frenda, E Loftus
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 5 (2), 140-160, 2018
Why “trauma-related dissociation” is a misnomer in courts: a critical analysis of Brand et al. (2017a, b)
H Merckelbach, L Patihis
Psychological Injury and Law 11 (4), 370–376, 2018
Memory experts' beliefs about repressed memory
L Patihis, L Ho, E Loftus, M Herrera
Memory 29 (6), 823-828, 2021
Psychometric comparison of Dissociative Experiences Scales II and C: A weak trauma‐dissociation link
L Patihis, SJ Lynn
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (4), 392-403, 2017
Individual differences and correlates of highly superior autobiographical memory
L Patihis
Memory 24 (7), 961-978, 2016
What science tells us about false and repressed memories
H Otgaar, ML Howe, L Patihis
Memory 30 (1), 16-21, 2022
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) practitioners’ beliefs about memory.
STL Houben, H Otgaar, J Roelofs, I Wessel, L Patihis, H Merckelbach
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 8 (3), 258-273, 2021
Crashing memory 2.0: False memories in adults for an upsetting childhood event
L Patihis, EF Loftus
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (1), 41-50, 2016
Phoneme discrimination of an unrelated language: Evidence for a narrow transfer but not a broad-based bilingual advantage
L Patihis, JS Oh, T Mogilner
International Journal of Bilingualism 19, 3-16, 2015
Unconscious repressed memory is scientifically questionable
L Patihis, SO Lilienfeld, L Ho, EF Loftus
Psychological science 25 (10), 1967-1968, 2014
Belief in unconscious repressed memory is widespread: A comment on Brewin, Li, Ntarantana, Unsworth, and McNeilis (2019).
H Otgaar, J Wang, ML Howe, SO Lilienfeld, EF Loftus, SJ Lynn, ...
American Psychological Association 149 (10), 1996, 2020
Reports of recovered memories of childhood abuse in therapy in France
O Dodier, L Patihis, M Payoux
Memory 7, 1283–1298, 2019
False memories in therapy and hypnosis before 1980
L Patihis, HJ Younes Burton
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 38, 153–169, 2015
Decreased susceptibility to false memories from misinformation in hormonal contraception users
N Petersen, L Patihis, SE Nielsen
Memory 23 (7), 1029-1038, 2015
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