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Screen memories are behind some of the out of the world experiences that people, for instance who claim to have been abducted by aliens, seem to experience. These people tend to recall things such as clowns, circuses, images of cats dogs or other animals and other pleasant images and feelings. Screened memories are also interpreted as the manifestation of a fear or feeling of trepidation that a person might be feeling towards something or a particular circumstance or situation (Sigmund 2-100).
These feelings or emotions might be brought together in the brain and projected as an image towards which a person has those feelings towards. For instance, a person who is very scared of cheetahs or eagles might have the feelings projected as the images of these particular animals. Screen memories have helped many psychoanalysts help their patients understand some of their behaviors, dreams, nightmares or other mental disorders and conditions. By talking to patients and sometimes putting them under hypnosis, psychoanalysts have helped to unravel many mysteries about people whose perception of who they are seem to be out of the norm from the rest of society. As discussed earlier, screen memories are used to project someone’s feelings but in a particular image depending on what the person feels towards the particular thing in the image.
Screen memories have been useful in helping patients who were traumatized at early ages, but whose behaviors or state of minds are affected, though the cause has not always been clear. The human brain is so great that it tends to take measures to protect people who have been traumatized from deteriorating and useless lives. However, this usually occurs through blocking of the traumatic experiences and replacing them with more tolerant images. However, the truth always comes out if the screened images are psychoanalyzed further. This method has helped people with deviant behaviors or disorders such as memory
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