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Volume 2, Number 1, Winter, 1990

bulletSexual Abuse Validity Discriminators in the Divorced or Divorcing Family. Karol L. Ross and Gordon Blush
bulletInvestigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse: Part II: Victim and Subject Interviews. John C. Wideman
bulletA Defense Attorney's Story. Zachary Bravos
bulletThe Phenomenon of Child Sexual Abuse Hysteria as a Social Syndrome: A New Kind of Expert Testimony. Lawrence D. Spiegel
bulletA Suggested Civil Action When Falsely Accused. Ralph Underwager, Eliot Clauss, & Hollida Wakefield
bulletBook Reviews

Volume 2, Number 2, Spring, 1990

bulletCoping with Alleged False Sexual Molestation: Examination and Statement Validity Procedures. Martha L. Rogers
bulletReview of the Current Status and Use of Statement Validity Analysis Procedures in the United States. Martha L. Rogers
bulletInvestigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Part III: Indictment and Trial. John C. Wideman
bulletMunchausen Syndrome by Proxy: Integration of Classic and Contemporary Types. Deirdre Conway Rand
bulletThe Confrontation Clause and the Child Witness. Hollida Wakefield
bulletCourt of Appeals of Maryland: Maryland v. Craig. William H. Murphy
bulletUnited States Supreme Court Amicus Curiae Brief. Ralph Underwager, Hollida Wakefield, & Louis Kiefer
bulletSelf-Help Groups for the Erroneously Charged: A Proposed Model. LeRoy G. Schultz
bulletBook Reviews

Volume 2, Number 3, Summer, 1990

bulletPersonality Characteristics of Parents Making False Accusations of Sexual Abuse in Custody Disputes. Hollida Wakefield & Ralph Underwager
bulletInvestigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Part IV: The Defense Perspective. John C. Wideman
bulletMy Big Lie. Louis Kiefer
bulletThe False Child Molestation Outbreak of the 1980s: An Explanation of the Cases Arising in the Divorce Court. Robert Sheridan
bulletInvestigation and Case Management Issues and Strategies. Gordon J. Blush & Karol L. Ross
bulletConfrontation Clause Revisited: Supreme Court Decisions. Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland
bulletConfrontation Clause Revisited: Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland. An Attorney's Response. Louis Kiefer
bulletConfrontation Clause Revisited: Idaho v Wright and Craig v Maryland. A Psychologist's Response. Ralph Underwager
bulletBook Reviews

Volume 2, Number 4, Fall, 1990

bulletFemale Sexual Abusers: A Theory of Loss. Hollida Wakefield, Martha Rogers, & Ralph Underwager
bulletSex Abuse Hysteria: The Physicians: An Excerpt from "Sex Abuse Hysteria: Salem Witch Hunts Revisited (Hardcover)." Richard A. Gardner
bulletInvestigative Procedures in Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse. Part V: The Defense Perspective (Continued). John C. Wideman
bulletProsecutorial Ethics. Mark S. Pollock
bulletConfidentiality, Privilege, and Child Abuse Reporting. LeRoy G. Schultz
bulletAfter the McMartin Trials: Some Reflections from the Buckeys. Peggy, Raymond, & Peggy Ann Buckey
bulletThe Effects of a False Allegation of Child Sexual Abuse on an Intact Middle Class Family. Darrell W. Richardson
bulletBook Reviews

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