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bulletWakefield, H. (2006).  The Vilification of Sex Offenders: Do Laws Targeting Sex Offenders Increase Recidivism and Sexual Violence? Journal of Sexual Offender Civil Commitment: Science and the Law, 1, 141-149.
bulletWakefield, H. (2006).  Guidelines on Investigatory Interviewing of Children: What is the Consensus in the Scientific Community? American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 24(3), 57-74.
bulletWakefield, H. (2005).  Sexual Abuse Allegations in Custody Disputes Family Law Psychology Briefs, 5(2). http://www.jmcraig.com
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (2003).  The Use of Anatomically Detailed Dolls in Forensic Interviews.  Family Law Psychology Briefs, 4(1).
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1999). Sex Offender Treatment Requiring Admission of Guilt. Presented at the 15th Annual Symposium of the American College of Forensic Psychology.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1998). Coerced or Nonvoluntary Confessions.  Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 16, 423-440.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1998). The Application of Images in Child Abuse Investigations. In J. Prosser (ed.). Image-Based Research: A Sourcebook for Qualitative Researchers (Hardcover)(Paperback). United Kingdom: Falmer Press, Ltd.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1998). Recovered Memories in the Courtroom. Chapter in Truth in Memory (Hardcover) (Stephen Jay Lynn and Kevin M. McConkey, Editors)
bulletUnderwager, R. (1997, January). Vigil prayer. Given at Salem, MA Day of Contrition.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1997). Special problems with sexual abuse cases. In J. Ziskin (ed.), Coping With Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony, Supplement to the Fifth Edition (Out of Print) (pp. 136-147). Los Angeles, CA: Law and Psychology Press.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1996). Responding to Improper and Abusive Impeachment Efforts.  American Journal of Forensic Psychology, Vol. 14, Issue 3.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1996, March). Statement regarding Florida Senate Bill 1072.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1996, October). Outline for seminars conducted in and near Budapest, Hungary during October 1996.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1995). Special problems with sexual abuse cases. In J. Ziskin (ed.), Coping With Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony, Fifth Edition (Hardcover) (pp. 1315-1370). Los Angeles, CA: Law and Psychology Press.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1995). Oklahoma seminar on child abuse.
bulletUnderwager, R. (1995, June 28). The tyranny of the therapeutic state. Presented at the First International Forum of Child Protectors and Clients, the Netherlands.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1994). The Alleged Child Victim and Real Victims of Sexual Misuse. In J. Krivacska & J. Money (eds.), The Handbook of Forensic Sexology (Hardcover) (pp. 223-264). Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
bulletKiefer, L. (1994). Motion for leave to file Amicus Curiae and Brief of Amicus Curiae in support of Ralph Underwager and Hollida Wakefield.
bulletGutierrez, M. C. (1994). Amicus Curiae brief of the National Association of State Vocal Organizations, Inc. in support of Ralph Underwager and Hollida Wakefield.
bulletBallard, T. (1994). Amicus Curiae brief of the National Congress for Men and Children, Inc. in support of Ralph Underwager and Hollida Wakefield.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1993). Adverse Psychological Evaluations in Civil Suits Involving Sexual Misconduct by Professionals.  American Journal of Forensic Psychology, Vol. 11, Issue 4.
bulletWakefield, H. & Underwager, R. (1993). Misuse of Psychological Tests in Forensic Settings: Some Horrible ExamplesAmerican Journal of Forensic Psychology, Vol. 11, No. 1.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1992). Poor Psychology Produces Poor Law. Law & Human Behavior, Vol. 16, No. 2.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1991). Female Child Sexual Abusers: A Critical Review of the Literature.  American Journal of Forensic Psychology, Vol. 9, No. 4.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1991). Sexual Abuse Allegations in Divorce and Custody Disputes.  Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 9, 451-468.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1988). Scale 6 Elevations in MMPIs of Persons Accused of Child Sexual Abuse. Presented at the 23rd Annual Symposium on Recent Developments in the Use of the MMPI, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.

From the IPT Journal
    

bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager R. (1998, May 3). Assessing Violent Recidivism: Issues for Forensic Psychologists. Presented at the Fourteenth Annual Symposium of the American College of Forensic Psychology, San Francisco.  Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 10, 160-169.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager R. (1997, April 17). The Taint Hearing: Issues for Forensic Psychologists. Presented at Annual Symposium for Forensic Psychology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 10, 99-103.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1996). Therapeutic influence in DID and recovered memories of sexual abuse. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 8(3/4), 160-169.
bulletUnderwager, R. (1996). A Response to Recovered Memories of Abuse: Assessment, Therapy, Forensics by Kenneth Pope and Laura Brown. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 8(3/4), 187-191.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. 1995). Psychological evaluations you need for trial: What they can and cannot do. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 7(1), 30-52.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1994). Misinterpretation of a Primary Prevention Effort. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 6(2), 96-107.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1994). Abusive Behaviors Alleged in Two Samples of Likely False Allegations. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 6(2), 96-107.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1993). A Paradigm Shift For Expert Witnesses. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 5(3), 156-167.
bulletUnderwager, R., & Wakefield, H. (1993). Antisexuality and Child Sexual Abuse. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 5(2), 72-77.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1992). Uncovering Memories of Alleged Sexual Abuse: The Therapists Who Do It. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 4(4), 197-213.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1992). Assessing Credibility of Children's Testimony in Ritual Sexual Abuse Allegations. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 4(1), 32-44.
bulletWakefield, H., & Underwager, R. (1990). Personality Characteristics of Parents Making False Accusations of Sexual Abuse in Custody Disputes. Issues In Child Abuse Accusations, 2(3), 121-136.

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