Section А: False memory
In modern psychological science, memory is defined as a mental process, the functions of which include fixation, preservation, transformation, and reproduction of experience (encoding, storing, and retrieving information). The abundance of possibilities of memory allows using the acquired knowledge in practice or restore it in consciousness. However, it is possible to implant memories that did not exist.
Memory manipulation is used in all spheres of our life - from large-scale international events to everyday situations. Like any other phenomenon, it has two sides. On the one hand, such a feature of the human psyche can become false accusations of crimes, but on the other hand, it makes it possible to help people with the traumatic experience.
Memory manipulation is similar to confabulation. Confabulation is a kind of commission error (false memories) that occurs when patients produce stories that fill in gaps in their memories. That is, in this case...
Saskaņā ar Carol Aubrey un Karen Ward pētījumu, ”sociāli emocionālās problēmas sākas agrā bērnībā. Bērni, kuriem ir labas sociālās emocijas, var veicināt pozitīvu izturēšanos un