Confabulation: Implications for Criminal Justice, Forensic Mental Health, and Legal Professionals

@inproceedings{Brown2017ConfabulationIF,
  title={Confabulation: Implications for Criminal Justice, Forensic Mental Health, and Legal Professionals},
  author={Jerrod Mathew Brown and Deb Huntley and Erik W. Asp and Cameron R. Wiley and Janina Cich and Stephen Morgan},
  year={2017}
}
  • Jerrod Mathew Brown, Deb Huntley, +3 authors Stephen Morgan
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology
  • Physical and psychological brain disruptions have the ability to impair vital memory functions and processes. For instance, a physical injury to the brain’s frontal lobe can disrupt executive functions, which would include the capacity to plan or multitask, impulse control, and decision making. Similarly, the presence of a degenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s disease can degrade the frontal lobe and lead to executive dysfunction (e.g., short-term memory loss and Broca’s aphasia-a… CONTINUE READING

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