Question 34 Challenged

From: Leung, VWY (
Date: Fri May 23 1997 - 12:42:38 BST

steven About question 34, when a patient's brain is stimulated by the
surgeon and the patient reports a memory, why is it an imagined episode
from earlier in life? why is it not an re-experienced episode from
earlier life instead....i remember you were saying in the lecture that
even when a ECT patient doesn't remember the treatment, when he's
brought back to the room to have another ECT, he'll feel frightened...
this is not an imagined episode, he just isn't able to recall what it
is.... cheers.. Vic

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