In forming the FMSF, we felt that we would be most effective if we could gain the help of members of the scientific and clinical communities who studied memory.
With the help of world-renowned memory and hypnosis researchers Emily and Martin Orne, we began to identify people whose published research in the field of memory or clinical practice might provide insights into the problem.
She was author with Lynne Lamberg of the book Crisis Dreaming (1993), and The Twenty-Four Hour Mind: The Role of Sleep and Dreaming in Our Emotional Lives (2010) in which the authors advocate ways of using dreams to make positive changes in the patient's waking life. Cartwright has been referred to as the "Queen of Dreams." Back to top JEAN P. In 1973, she and her husband co-authored a book entitled Disordered Thought in Schizophrenia. Chapman is that of statistics, and she has written extensively on psychometric assessment. Since 1993 he has been professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin. Chapman found time to serve as associate editor of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology. Jean Chapman, of Disordered Thought in Schizophrenia (1973). They have also published more than 100 research articles in professional journals. He wrote Follies of the Wise: Dissenting Essays (2006), which features essays on Freudian psychoanalysis and the "recovered Memory" movement. Crews is a Founding Fellow of the Institute for Science in Medicine.
In 1992 the American Psychological Society made Dr.
The FMSF Scientific and Professional Advisory Board - Profiles Since the founding of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation in 1992, the term "false memory syndrome" has become a part of everyday language and the focus for intense professional debate.