Recovered memories Paper instructions: Imagine you are a judge. A 24 year old adult woman accuses her father if sexual abuse 20 years ago on the basis of a “recovered memory” – she did not remember the abuse until last month, but now feels that she has a clear memory for the abuse. Her lawyer wants the woman to testify about her recovered memory of abuse. The lawyer defending her father argues that scientists have shown that such recovered memories cannot be real memories, and that this testimony should not be allowed from the woman because it may emotionally bias the jury against the father. The woman’s lawyer counters with the argument that recent scientific evidence supports the possibility that the recovered memory may be accurate, and that the woman should be able to present this testimony to the jury. What is your ruling as a judge? Should the woman be allowed to present her recovered memory of abuse to the jury? What is the scientific evidence that favors allowing the woman to testify about the recovered memory, and what is the scientific evidence that favors not allowing her to testify about the recovered memory? In your paper, explain the controversy about recovered memories, summarize evidence for and against the likely accuracy of recovered memories, and explain how you rule and why. Use only four source listed.(links) your paper should be at least 3 pages long, double spaced, 12 point font.