False Memory Syndrome Foundation Newsletter (e-mail edition) Fall 2011

F M S   F O U N D A T I O N   N E W S L E T T E R     (e-mail edition) FALL 2011 Vol. 20 No. 4
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ISSN #1069-0484. Copyright (c) 2011 by the FMS Foundation
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The FMSF  Newsletter  by  the  False Memory  Syndrome  Foundation  and delivered electronically.  It is also available at on the FMSF website: www.FMSFonline.org.  Those  without  access  to the web should contact
the Foundation. 1955 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-5766 Phone 215-940-1040, Fax 215-940-1042

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Included in this issue:

From the Executive Director, Pamela Freyd,

Dear Friends,

“Twenty years! We mailed the first FMSF Newsletter in March 1992 and it is now almost 2012. What has changed? What hasn’t changed?

Without question, the biggest change in the past twenty years is increased access to information about false accusations based on claims of recovered memories. The following article from that first newsletter hints at people’s desperation for information at that time.” .. Read more…

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Important New Book
SYBIL EXPOSED: THE EXTRAORDINARY STORY BEHIND THE FAMOUS
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY CASE
Debbie Nathan
Free Press, New York, 2011

“Sybil Exposed entwines the biographies of Shirley Mason, the patient known as Sybil, Cornelia Wilbur, the psychiatrist who treated her, and Flora Rheta Schreiber who wrote the best-selling book Sybil. Investigative reporter Debbie Nathan has written a compelling story about the creation and marketing of Sybil. The story behind Sybil is an account of outrageous medical and journalistic malpractice.
Indeed, one reviewer even suggested that it is Sybil Exposed that deserves to be a movie. Sybil Exposed reads like fiction, but it is fact, the result of painstaking investigation.

FMSF Newsletter readers are familiar with the role that Sybil played in popularizing the notions of recovered repressed-memories and multiple personality disorder.” … Read more…

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 I HOPE YOU’RE SEATED.

                                                                          Robert Stern, MD

“I recently learned that the Los Angeles Women’s Task Force on Ritual Abuse is still in existence. Remember them? Back in December of 1992, they were the ones who claimed that Satanists were pumping bug spray
into their offices. I took this opportunity to call and ask them to send some literature. And, they did. They sent me the 1994 Task Force Report containing the same old discredited beliefs—only 17 years older. It is unchanged. …

The last time I ran across a blurb about Dr. Gould, I believe that she was wondering aloud to an audience why, with all their licentious behavior (orgies and the like) more Satanists were not succumbing to AIDS. Honest. That was 2008, or so.”  Read more..

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MEDIA PROMOTION of MPD:
Kim Noble Finds 80 Personalities in One Year

Just one year ago, this newsletter contained an article about Oprah Winfrey’s promotion of Kim Noble, an aspiring British artist who claimed at that time that she had 20 personalities.[1] On her show, Oprah has promoted multiple personality disorder (MPD) for many years and, indeed, her May 1990 program featuring Truddi Chase (who claimed 92 personalities) almost certainly helped to make this controversial
disorder more popular.

This past September, the Guardian newspaper [2] featured an article about Kim Noble, who is publicizing her new ghostwritten book: All of Me Kim now claims that she has 100 personalities…”

” Noble was treated by Valerie Sinason, Ph.D., known to FMSF newsletter readers for her 1994 book, Treating Survivors of Satanist Abuse.” Read more…

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LOST: THE LAST TWO DECADES

Lisa Michels is the founder of Surviving the Realities of Repressed Memories. According to a press release from Virginia Wesleyan College,[1] Ms. Michels was to speak to the Sociology and Criminal Justice class at the college in October. The purpose of the talk was to give the class exposure to the realities from a survivor of family violence and child sexual abuse, to enhance textbook and classroom coverage of the issue.

According to the press release, not only did Michels repress her memories of abuse, she recovered those memories when she appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. The release noted that Michels will talk to
the class about the “issue of the memory of childhood sexual abuse and how often it’s repressed until much later.” …

Dr. Phil was her therapist on the Oprah program. Read more…

[1] Administrator (2011, September 23). Lisa Michels Speaking October
6. Image Publicity. Retrieved from imaginepublicity.com/2011/09/
23/lisa-michels-speaking-october-6-to-students-of-virginia-
wesleyan-college-2/of 10/1/11.
[2] http://lisamichels.blogspot.com/p/child-abuse-awareness.html

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                                                      ONGOING SPREAD OF MPD/DID BELIEFS

“One of the ways in which MPD beliefs continue to spread is through conferences, especially, it seems, religious counseling meetings. A notice for a DID Symposium in Colorado Springs in mid-September sponsored by several different ministries caught our eye. The notice about the symposium stated that the target audience was: “counselors and others who want to help.” Read more…

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                                       AUDIT REVEALS $640,000 of PSYCHIATRIC FUNDING
MISALLOCATED in LONDON, ONTARIO

“Almost ten years ago, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario Dr. Harold Merskey attempted to organize a one-day seminar at the London Health Sciences Centre that examined
the research about the accuracy of recovered-memories. Roadblocks were placed in his path every step of the way until finally Dr. Sandra Fisman, the chair of the Psychiatry Department, refused to support the
conference or even to grant it continuing education credits claiming that the subject was “too controversial” and “outside the mainstream of psychiatric issues.” …

According to reports in The London Free Press, the audit accused Dr. Fisman of concealing funding, skirting rules and pressuring anyone who questioned her. The audit was the result of a challenge two years ago by 14 psychiatrists about the way that funding was managed.” Read more…

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RITUAL ABUSE CASE UPENDED: WEST MEMPHIS THREE ARE FREE

“In August 2011, the three teenagers (now men) who had been convicted of brutally murdering three young Cub Scouts in the early 1990s in West Memphis, Tennessee were released from prison. One of the three,
Damien Echols, had been on death row for two decades. To many the “deal” that gave them their freedom seems strange. …

The gruesome murders in 1993 of the 8-year-old boys sparked claims that the deaths involved Satanism. ” …

The prosecution case had relied on a confession of one of the teens, a mildly retarded 16-year-old boy, but it was full of factual errors and was given after 12-hours of questioning. ” …

A 1996 HBO documentary “Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills” drew celebrity support for the accused in this notorious case.” … Read More…

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AND ON IT GOES:
A Challenge from Ross Cheit

“In July 2011, Brown University Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy Ross Cheit, J.D., Ph.D., posted five challenges to the FMSF Newsletter Editor on a blog related to his Recovered Memory Project website.[1] The five challenges are five cases in which he asks this writer to inform our readers about
information that is posted on his website that he says contradicts information in past newsletters. Cheit did not contact the Foundation. Nevertheless, we respond briefly as an example of the type and quality of criticism received by FMSF in 2011.” Read more..

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“Falsely insinuated”?

Betrayal Trauma Theory emerged as a way to explain how child sex abuse victims repressed memories of abuse from close relatives on whom they depended. Washington v. Martin was mentioned in the Fall 2010
Newsletter, 19 (4) as one in which that theory was supposed to explain why an adult woman shot her husband — that she suffered emotional abuse leading up to her husband’s admission of [an] affair, and that
the heartbreak caused her to dissociate from reality. Therefore, she couldn’t form the intent to try to kill him.” Read more..

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“Embraced”?

“Banks was found guilty. That was in the title of the FMSF Newsletter article. The article also stated that he is serving a life sentence. Cheit writes in his blog about Billy Banks that “He was convicted on the basis of the testimony of his daughter and niece, now adults.” That was what was also written in the FMSF news article. The FMSF article additionally mentioned a defense argument that one of the accusers made her accusation after she was arrested on a crack-cocaine charge and while she was undergoing intensive drug addiction
counseling. The FMSF article mentioned that the defense lasted one hour. The article is reprinted in Note 4 below. …

Below, in its entirety, is the only Newsletter mention of the case. Cheit in his question gives the answer: the case turned out to have nothing to do with FMS. Cheit’s complaint, note, is that the Newsletter mentioned the case “favorably.” Really?” … Read more…

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MISUNDERSTANDINGS ABOUT MEMORY
Simons, D.J., & Chabris, C.F. (2011)
What people believe about how memory works:
A representative survey of the U.S. Population.
PloS ONE, Vol. 6 No. 8.
         www.plosone.org/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0022757

“The authors talked with 1838 people selected from a nationally representative sample. Simons and Chabris conducted this survey during research for their book, “The Invisible Gorilla,” which explores commonly held (and often incorrect) beliefs about memory and perception. The major findings were:

These beliefs show a misunderstanding of the way that memory works. The authors mentioned that they were disappointed because “many of the ideas we tested refer to scientific findings that have been
established for decades.” They point out that jurors likely also hold mistaken beliefs about memory and that expert testimony on the issues could help to overcome the misunderstandings. The misunderstandings also point to the need for better education about memory.” Read more..

______________________________SIDEBAR_______________________________

A Blog worth reading
Issues of MPD

http://churchmouse.wordpress.com
https://mentalhealthmatters2.wordpress.com/author/jeanettebartha
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                           DOES EARLY CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE PREDICT DISSOCIATION?
NOT IN THIS STUDY
Dutra, L., Bureau, J, Holmes, B, Lynbchik, A., Lyons-Ruth, K. (2009)
Quality of early care and childhood trauma:
A prospective study of developmental pathways to dissociation.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 197(6), 383-390.

“Does early childhood sexual abuse predict dissociation? That is certainly the assumption behind claims of “recovered repressed memories.” That is a relationship shown in “retrospective” studies. Retrospective studies, however, are not reliable for making such a causal claim. What is known is that many traumatized survivors
do not dissociate and some non-traumatized people do, so clearly there are other factors involved in the development of dissociation besides trauma. Dutra and colleagues note that longitudinal studies are needed
to provide evidence for a causal link between trauma and dissociation. …

“The results showed that a lack of parental responsiveness in infancy significantly predicted dissociation in young adults. Childhood verbal abuse was the only type of trauma that added to the prediction
of dissociation.”

“The authors comment that because of previous literature, they had expected that childhood abuse would account for unique variance in dissociative symptoms. The authors note the limitations of the study and theorize about the quality of early care and later dissociation.” Read more..

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MULTIPLE PERSONALITY TESTIMONY OF COLIN ROSS, M.D.,
EXCLUDED IN TEXAS TWILIGHT RAPIST CASE.

“In September a jury of six men and six women in Edna, Texas took 10 minutes to convict 54-year-old Billy Joe Harris on charges related to the sexual assault of an elderly disabled woman. They rejected his claim that he had multiple personality disorder.: …

“To support the claim of MPD, the defense called Dr. Colin Ross who testified that he believed Harris suffered from multiple personalities. Ross based that belief on a personal interview, 35 minutes of which were spent talking to one of Harris’ four alters. Ross also based that belief on three tests that another doctor had
administered, a very unusual procedure. Ross testified that because dissociative identity disorder is in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) that it is “real and valid disorder.” ….

“The District Attorney asked if Ross had made any attempt to determine if Harris was lying about the wild stories that he told. He had not. He then asked if Ross had personal knowledge of who actually answered the test questions. Ross did not. In answering the DA’s questions,Ross admitted that the diagnosis of MPD (DID) is controversial.” …

“R. Christopher Barden, Ph.D., J.D. testified: “If something is controversial it means it’s not generally acceptable.” He also testified: “Because something is in the DSM doesn’t mean it’s reliable or should be allowed in a court of law.” The DSM is a kind of dictionary or catalog so psychiatrists are “using the same language.” …

“The Judge ruled these disorders are controversial and are not generally accepted in the scientific community. He ordered jury to disregard the testimony of Colin Ross.” Read full story…

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______________________________SIDEBAR_______________________________

Diane Lackey Brooks Makes Video Available

In the 2011 FMSF Summer Newletter, the article about Diane Lackey’s lawsuit included a remarkable excerpt from a therapy session. Diane has made the four-minute video from that session available      https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid+ 3dada092a844d022&resid=3DADA092A844D022!395

In addition the complaints in that case are now available on the FMSF Website in the Legal Section (Retractors) Lackey v. Baker — Complaint
Lackey v. DePaoli — Complaint

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F R O M   O U R   R E A D E R S

This section of the Newsletter is from letters sent to the FMSF, usually from family members effected by these issues

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THE RUTHERFORD FAMILY SPEAKS TO FMS FAMILIES

The video made by the Rutherford family is the most popular video of FMSF families. It covers the complete story from accusation, toretraction and reconciliation.Family members describe the things they did to help reunite. Of particular interest are Beth Rutherford’s comments about what her family did that helped her to retract and return.

Available in DVD format only: To order send request to
FMSF Video, 1955 Locust St.
Philadelphia, PA  19103
$10.00 per DVD; Canada add $4.00; other countries add $10.00
Make checks payable to FMS Foundation

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THE TRAUMA MYTH:
The Truth About the Sexual Abuse of Children and its Aftermath  by Susan A. Clancy

REMEMBERING TRAUMA
by Richard McNally
Harvard University Press

SCIENCE and PSEUDOSCIENCE in CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
S. O. Lilienfeld, S.J. Lynn and J.M. Lohr (eds.)
New York: Guilford Press (2003)

PSYCHOLOGY ASTRAY:
Fallacies in Studies of “Repressed Memory” and Childhood Trauma
by Harrison G. Pope, Jr., M.D.
Upton Books

REMEMBERING OUR CHILDHOOD: HOW MEMORY BETRAYS US
Karl Sabbagh
Oxford University Press (2009)

               MAKING MIND and MADNESS
From Hysteria to Depression
Chapter 3: “A Black Box Named Sybil”
Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen
Cambridge University Press
2009

TRY TO REMEMBER: PSYCHIATRY’S CLASH
OVER MEANING, MEMORY, AND MIND
Paul McHugh, M.D.
Washington, DC: Dana Press

SYBIL EXPOSED
Debbie Nathan
Free Press, New York
2011
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WEB SITES of INTEREST

http:/www.seweb.uci.edu/faculty/loftus/
Elizabeth Loftus

                http://www.theisticsatanism.com/asp/
Against Satanic Panics

http://comp.uark.edu/~lampinen/lab.html
The Lampinen Lab False Memory Reading Group
University of Arkansas

http:/www.exploratorium.edu/memory
The Exploratorium Memory Exhibit

http://theretractor.angelfire.com/
Site for retractors run by Laura Pasley

http://www.process.org/
Site of Investigative Journalist

http://www.psyfmfrance.fr
French False Memory Group

http:/www.psychoheresy-aware.org/ministry.html
The Bobgans question Christian counseling

http:/www.IllinoisFMS.org
Illinois-Wisconsin FMS Society

http://www.afma.asn.au
Australian FMA

http:/www.ltech.net/OHIOarmhp
Ohio Group

recoveredmemorytherapy.blogspot.com
Matt Stone’s updates on Australia FMS

http:/www.bfms.org.uk
British False Memory Society

http:/www.religioustolerance.org/sra.htm
Information about Satanic Ritual Abuse

http:/www.angryparents.net
Parents Against Cruel Therapy

                    http:/www.peterellis.org.nz
Site run by Brian Robinson
contains information about
Christchurch Creche and other cases.

http:/www.falseallegation.org
National Child Abuse
Defense & Resource Center

http:/www.markpendergrast.com
Excerpts from Victims of Memory

http:/www.rickross.com/groups/fsm.html
Ross Institute

http:/www.enigma.se/info/FFI.htm
FMS in Scandinavia — Janet Hagbom

http:/www.ncrj.org/

               National Center for Reason & Justice

http:/www.traumaversterking.nl

          English language web site of Dutch retractor
http:/www.quackwatch.org
This site is run by Stephen Barrett, M.D.

http:/www.stopbadtherapy.com
Contains information about filing complaints.
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514-620-6397 French and English
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BELGIUM
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FMS Association fax-972-2-625-9282
NEW ZEALAND
Colleen 09-416-7443
SWEDEN
Ake Moller FAX 48-431-217-90
UNITED KINGDOM
The British False Memory Society
Madeline 44-1225 868-682

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PAMELA FREYD, Ph.D., Executive Director

FMSF Scientific and Professional Advisory Board,    November  15, 2011

AARON T. BECK, M.D., D.M.S., U of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
TERENCE W. CAMPBELL, Ph.D., Clinical and Forensic Psychology,
Sterling Heights, MI;
ROSALIND CARTWRIGHT, Ph.D., Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical
Center, Chicago, IL;
JEAN CHAPMAN, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI;
LOREN CHAPMAN, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI;
FREDERICK C. CREWS, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, CA;
ROBYN M. DAWES, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA;
DAVID F. DINGES, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
HENRY C. ELLIS, Ph.D., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM;
FRED H. FRANKEL, MBChB, DPM, Harvard University Medical School;
GEORGE K. GANAWAY, M.D., Emory University of Medicine, Atlanta, GA;
ROCHEL GELMAN, Ph.D., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ;
HENRY GLEITMAN, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
LILA GLEITMAN, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
RICHARD GREEN, M.D., J.D., Charing Cross Hospital, London;
JOHN HOCHMAN, M.D., UCLA Medical School, Los Angeles, CA;
DAVID S. HOLMES, Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS;
ROBERT A. KARLIN, Ph.D. , Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ;
ELIZABETH LOFTUS, Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, CA;
SUSAN L. McELROY, M.D., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH;
PAUL McHUGH, M.D., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD;
HAROLD MERSKEY, D.M., University of Western Ontario, London, Canada;
SPENCER HARRIS MORFIT, Author, Westford, MA;
ULRIC NEISSER, Ph.D., Cornell University, Ithaca, NY;
RICHARD OFSHE, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, CA;
EMILY CAROTA ORNE, B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
LOREN PANKRATZ, Ph.D., Oregon Health Sciences Univ., Portland, OR;
MICHAEL A. PERSINGER, Ph.D., Laurentian University, Ontario, Canada;
AUGUST T. PIPER, Jr., M.D., Seattle, WA;
HARRISON POPE, Jr., M.D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA;
JAMES RANDI, Author and Magician, Plantation, FL;
HENRY L. ROEDIGER, III, Ph.D. ,Washington University, St. Louis, MO;
CAROLYN SAARI, Ph.D., Loyola University, Chicago, IL;
MICHAEL A. SIMPSON, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., M.R.C, D.O.M., Center for
Psychosocial & Traumatic Stress, Pretoria, South Africa;
RALPH SLOVENKO, J.D., Ph.D., Wayne State University Law School,
Detroit, MI;
JEFFREY VICTOR, Ph.D., Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY;
HOLLIDA WAKEFIELD, M.A., Institute of Psychological Therapies,
Northfield, MN;
CHARLES A. WEAVER, III, Ph.D. Baylor University, Waco, TX

Advisors to whom we are grateful who are now deceased:

MARTIN GARDNER, Author, Hendersonville, NC;
DAVID A. HALPERIN, M.D., Mount Sinai School of Medicine,
New York, NY;
ERNEST HILGARD, Ph.D., Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA;
PHILIP S. HOLZMAN, Ph.D., Harvard University, Cambridge;
HAROLD LIEF, M.D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
MARTIN ORNE, M.D., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA;
CAMPBELL PERRY, Ph.D., Concordia University, Montreal, Canada;
THEODORE SARBIN, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz, CA;
THOMAS A. SEBEOK, Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN;
MARGARET SINGER, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, CA;
DONALD SPENCE, Ph.D., Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center,
Piscataway, NJ.


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