A Map Through the Maze: A Guide to Surviving the Criminal by Ned Rollo, Louis W. Adams

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This step by step journey of the legal justice method deals perception into the social and mental alterations offenders and their households can anticipate to move via in the course of every one level of the correctional adventure. Examines the best way to deal with incarceration, organize for unlock and go back to the neighborhood.

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Constructing a system of opposites also helps to provide a large conceptual space in which to place confabulation. The existence of such opposite or mirror-image syndromes also helps to dispel any notion that confabulation is somehow a universal feature of any sort of serious brain damage. Of course, there is no such thing as the opposite of something; rather, something is the opposite of another thing in a certain respect. One feature of confabulation is the confabulator’s claim that he has certain abilities that he in fact lacks, such as the ability to remember, to move his arm, or, in the case of split-brain patients, to explain why his left arm did something.

1. Do all behaviors referred to as confabulations involve the same brain malfunction? a. What are the important features of the phenomenon (or phenomena if it is not unitary)? b. What causes confabulation? c. Why does confabulation appear in so many disorders? d. Are there different subtypes of confabulation? What are they? e. What is the connection between confabulation and denial of illness? f. Why are some disabilities admitted and others denied? g. How can confabulation be prevented or treated?

The malfunctioning process in the case of con- 21 What Is Confabulation? fabulation may be one that allows people to attach doubt to ideas; confabulatory people do not experience doubt about their claims and ideas, whereas a normal person would. The claims are epistemically ill-grounded because they have not passed a review process that can result in doubt about them. That process does not function correctly because of brain damage. This is one way to explain the connection between confabulation and the disinhibition that frequently accompanies it; the doubt normal people feel when they consider certain ideas is caused by the same process that normally inhibits inappropriate responses.

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