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(A) During the process, individuals may forget the source of the information.

(B) False memories are constructed by combining actual memories with the content of suggestions received from others.

(C) This is a classic example of source confusion, in which the content and the source become dissociated.

(D) Put another way, although experimental work on the creation of false memories may raise doubt about the validity of long-buried memories, such as repeated trauma, it in no way disproves them.

(E) Of course, because we can implant false childhood memories in some individuals in no way implies that all memories that arise after suggestion are necessarily false.

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