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Trauma-informed” proponents claim that persons who experience sexual assault are unable to accurately recall the incident, and that inconsistencies in their accounts should be taken as proof that the assault occurred. But citing numerous studies, Bhatt and Brandon reject this theory, concluding, “The impacts of trauma on memories and recall are widely variable. The stress accompanying and resulting from trauma may produce strong memories, impair memories, have no effect on memories, or increase the possibility of false memories.”
https://helpsaveoursons.com/new-repo...e-accusations/


Here's link to the full report:
Highlights of New Special Report on the Neurobiology of Trauma » SAVE: Stop Abusive and Violent Environments


I always thought these trauma informed methods were a joke that lead to many false allegations. Lets hope this starts the ball rolling on getting rid of this nonsense.
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