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Human behavior needs better explanation in Ford/Kavanaugh hearing

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October 4, 2018



By NANCY STREET

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As a psychologist  (Ph.D.) who has taught college-level psychology for more than 30 years, I want to inform the public of three different aspects of human behavior that could apply to the Christine Blasey-Ford – Brett Kavanaugh hearings that need to be emphasized.

First, blackouts happen. At times an alcoholic can’t remember what happened, sometimes for three days straight. Hence, it is logical for Kavanaugh to believe  “it never happened,” when it may absolutely have happened. He may be truthful, especially if he had a blackout.

So, who do we trust?...



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