PRO: Recovered Memories of Childhood Abuse can be REAL. Harvey & Herman (1994) Traumatic recall is continuous, not dichotomous Confabulation hypothesis has flaws: Evidence exists where abuse was confirmed in amnestic cases (Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Porter, 1993)
A) against the child’s wishes
B) Involved force or coercion OR
C) With a perpetrator at least 5 years older.