On knowing what you are not supposed to know and feeling what you are not supposed to feel.

  • John Bowlby
  • Published 1979 in
    Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne…
Much psychopathology stems from "impressions, scenes, and experiences" of childhood having, apparently, been forgotten yet continuing to influence thought, feeling and action. The problem of how best to conceptualize the processes responsible for shutting memories away is eased by drawing on the findings and concepts of cognitive psychology. In explaining… CONTINUE READING