'In this study, 38% of women who had attended a hospital 17 years ago for sexual abuse allegations, did not report the abuse to interviewers. However there are a number of other more obvious explanations apart from repressing memory repression to account for this. For instance, the reported abuse happened when they were too young to remember; simple forgetting; choosing not to report the incident; or the original allegation was false' [3].

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@article{GoodyearSmith2007Riposte, title={Riposte}, author={Felicity Goodyear-Smith and Tannis M. Laidlaw and Robert G. Large}, journal={Health Care Analysis}, year={2007}, volume={6}, pages={223-226} }