White Gloves

Paperback | October 1, 1996

byJohn Kotre

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Written with 'exceptional clarity and insight' (New York Times), and ranging widely over case studies, scientific knowledge about memory, and personal experience, as well as recent events and trial involving conflicting or 'repressed' memories, Kotre's book gives us a 'fascinating and often moving account of the part which both real and false memories play in our lives' (Anthony Storr).

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Written with 'exceptional clarity and insight' (New York Times), and ranging widely over case studies, scientific knowledge about memory, and personal experience, as well as recent events and trial involving conflicting or 'repressed' memories, Kotre's book gives us a 'fascinating and often moving account of the part which both real an...

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Written with 'exceptional clarity and insight' (New York Times), and ranging widely over case studies, scientific knowledge about memory, and personal experience, as well as recent events and trial involving conflicting or 'repressed' memories, Kotre's book gives us a 'fascinating and often moving account of the part which both real an...

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Written with 'exceptional clarity and insight' (New York Times), and ranging widely over case studies, scientific knowledge about memory, and personal experience, as well as recent events and trial involving conflicting or 'repressed' memories, Kotre's book gives us a 'fascinating and often moving account of the part which both real an...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.75 × 0.51 inPublished:October 1, 1996

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ISBN - 10:0393315258

ISBN - 13:9780393315257

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Written with 'exceptional clarity and insight' (New York Times), and ranging widely over case studies, scientific knowledge about memory, and personal experience, as well as recent events and trial involving conflicting or 'repressed' memories, Kotre's book gives us a 'fascinating and often moving account of the part which both real and false memories play in our lives' (Anthony Storr).