Number 3 - Summer 1990

Articles

Personality Characteristics of Parents Making False Accusations of Sexual Abuse in Custody Disputes
Hollida Wakefield & Ralph Underwager

Investigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse, Part IV: The Defense Perspective
John C. Wideman

My Big Lie
Louis Kiefer

The False Child Molestation Outbreak of the 1980s: An Explanation of the Cases Arising in the Divorce Court
Robert Sheridan

Investigation and Case Management Issues and Strategies
Gordon J. Blush & Karol L. Ross

Confrontation Clause Revisited: Supreme Court Decisions
Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland

Confrontation Clause Revisited: Supreme Court Decisions
Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland. An Attorney's Response

Louis Kiefer

Confrontation Clause Revisited: Supreme Court Decisions
Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland. A Psychologist's Response

Ralph Underwager

Book Reviews:

Child Sexual Abuse: The Initial Effects
(edited by Beverly Gomes-Schwartz, Jonathan M. Horowitz, and Albert P. Cardarelli)
Reviewed by Hollida Wakefield

Designing Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs: Current Approaches and a Proposal for the Prevention, Reduction and Identification of Sexual Misuse
(by James J. Krivacska)
Reviewed by Jill Duerr Berrick

Guilty Until Proven Innocent
(by Reverend Keith Barnhart with Lila Wold Shelburne)
Reviewed by Deirdre Conway Rand

The Incest Perpetrator: A Family Member No One Wants to Treat
(by Judith Spencer)
Reviewed by Hollida Wakefield & LeRoy G. Schultz

What Lisa Knew: The Truth and Lies of the Steinberg Case
(by Joyce Johnson)
Reviewed by LeRoy G. Schultz

The greatest enemy of truth is very often not the lie deliberate, contrived, and dishonest but the myth persistent, pervasive, and unrealistic.

John F. Kennedy

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