John Richard Hanley

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Recent findings from neuropsychology and experimental psychology appear incompatible with the claim that feelings of familiarity about known people require activation of amodal person identity nodes. Evidence suggests that there are modality-specific effects after the point at which faces, names and voices have been found familiar. It therefore appears that(More)
Although the phenomenon of posthypnotic amnesia has been invoked in many applied contexts, its academic status remains unclear. This paper examines the claim that hypnotic amnesia and amnesia due to brain injury may share similarities in that, in both, implicit memory is spared. Hypnotically susceptible participants given an hypnotic suggestion for amnesia(More)
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