populism650 Is the rise of populism over or only just beginning?

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Steem LOGO What Is Steem and Why Do I Think It Could Be Revolutionary?

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shaw 1 Psychologists clash over how easy it is to implant false memories of committing a crime

Historically, the kind of false memories induced in volunteers by psychologists have been relatively mundane. For example, a seminal study used leading questions and the encouragement to confabulate, to apparently implant in participants the memory of getting lost in a shopping mall as a child. This reliance on mundane false memories has been problematic for experts who believe that false memories have critical real world consequence, from criminal trials involving false murder confessions, to memories of child abuse “recovered” during therapy using controversial techniques.

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