Wednesday, 18 July 2007


I'm sorry some readers have had problems with the links in their latest Digest email newsletter (issue 96), particularly in the extras section. The correct links are given below.

Memories for sexual trauma are not repressed, rather they are associated with greater vividness and sensory detail.

Personality, not job satisfaction, is the key predictor of job performance.

Mirror-touch synesthesia: the feeling of being touched when you see someone else touched.

1 comment:

OCD On A Stick said...

The statements in the sexual trauma study abstract are very interesting. I have not read the study, but I wonder if the findings are the same for sexual trama suffered as a 5-year old child vs. sexual trama suffered as a teen or adult.

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