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Beliefs about memory, childhood abuse, and hypnosis amongst clinicians, legal professionals and the general public

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Beliefs about memory, childhood abuse, and hypnosis amongst clinicians, legal professionals and the general public. / French, Christopher C.; Ost, James.

Wrongful allegations of sexual and child abuse. ed. / Ros Burnett. Oxford, UK. : Oxford University Press, 2016. p. 143-154.

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French CC, Ost J. Beliefs about memory, childhood abuse, and hypnosis amongst clinicians, legal professionals and the general public. In Burnett R, editor, Wrongful allegations of sexual and child abuse. Oxford, UK.: Oxford University Press. 2016. p. 143-154

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French, Christopher C. ; Ost, James. / Beliefs about memory, childhood abuse, and hypnosis amongst clinicians, legal professionals and the general public. Wrongful allegations of sexual and child abuse. editor / Ros Burnett. Oxford, UK. : Oxford University Press, 2016. pp. 143-154

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