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Volume 8, Number 1, Winter, 1996

Volume 8, Number 2, Spring, 1996

Volume 8, Numbers 3/4, Summer/Fall, 1996

bulletInvestigations and Interviews in Cases of Alleged Child Sexual Abuse: A Look at the Scientific Evidence. Judith K. Adams
bulletFrailty, Thy Name is Memory: An Inverse Witch Trial in Denmark. Max Scharnberg
bulletWilkinson vs. Balsam, Russell, and Adams. Louis Kiefer & Harold Stevens
bulletTherapeutic Influence in DID and Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse. Ralph Underwager & Hollida Wakefield
bulletPsychologists Who Make Unqualified Public Statements About Litigants Whom They Have Not Examined: A Cautionary Note. Jack S. Annon
bulletAddendum III: Recommendations for Dealing With Parents Who Induce a Parental Alienation Syndrome in Their Children. Richard A. Gardner
bulletWitch-Children: The Myth of the Innocent Child. Hans Sebald
bulletA Response to Recovered Memories of Abuse: Assessment, Therapy, Forensics by Kenneth Pope and Laura Brown. Ralph Underwager
bulletAnalysis of a Social Movement: Recovered Memory Therapy vs. the False Memory Syndrome. Tamatoa Bambridge (translated by Faith Curtin)
bulletBook Reviews

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