Acocella, Joan (1999). Creating hysteria: Women and multiple personality disorder. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Applebaum, Paul S., Uyehara, Lisa and Elin, Mark (Eds.) (1996). Trauma and memory: Clinical and legal controversies. New York: Oxford University Press.
Aronson, Elliot and Tavris, Carol. (2007). Mistakes were made but not by me: Why we justify foolish beliefs, bad decisions, and hurtful acts. Boston: Harcourt.
Baker, Robert (1992). Hidden Memories: Voices and visions from within. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
Beck, Richard (2015). We Believe the Children: A Moral Panic in the 1980s. New York: Public Affairs.
Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel (2009). Making minds and madness: From hysteria to depression. Cambridge University Press.
Brainerd, C.J. and Reyna, V.F. (2005). Science of false memory. New York: Oxford Psychology Series, Oxford University Press.
Brenneis, C. Brooks (1997). Recovered memories of trauma: Transferring the present to the past. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, Inc.
Campbell, Terence (1994). Beware the Talking Cure: Psychotherapy Maya Be Hazardous to Your Mental Health. Boca Raton, LF: Upton Books.
Campbell, Terence (1998). Smoke and mirrors: The devastating effect of false sexual abuse claims. Oklahoma City, OK: Insight Books.
Clancy, Susan A. (2009). The trauma myth: the truth about the sexual abuse of children and its aftermath. New York: Basic Books.
Conway, Martin (Ed.) (1997). Recovered memories and false memories. New York: Oxford University Press.
Crews, Frederick (1995). The memory wars: Freud’s legacy in dispute. New York: New York Review of Books.
Dawes, Robyn (1994). House of cards: Psychology and psychiatry built on myth. New York: The Free Press.
deRivera, Joseph and Sarbin, Theodore (1998). Believed-in imaginings: The narrative construction of reality. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Dineen, Tana (1998). Manufacturing victims: What the psychology industry is doing to people. Montreal: Robert Davies Publishing.
Fairlie, Jim (2010). Unbreakable bonds: ‘They know about you dad.’ London: Austin & Macauley Publishers Ltd.
Freyd, Pamela and Goldstein, Eleanor (1997). Smiling through tears. USA: Upton Books.
Goldstein, Eleanor and Farmer, Kevin (1992). Confabulations: Creating false memories, destroying families. USA: Upton Books.
Goldstein, Eleanor and Farmer, Kevin (1993). True stories of false memories. USA: Upton Books.
Goodyear-Smith, Felicity (1993). First do no harm: The sexual abuse industry. New Zealand: Benton-Guy Publishing.
Guilliott, Richard (1996). Talk of the devil: Repressed memory & the ritual abuse witch-hunt. Australia: Text Publishing.
Haaken, Janice (1998). Pillar of salt: Gender, memory, and the perils of looking back. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Hagan, Margaret (1997). Whores of the court: The fraud of psychiatric testimony and the rape of American justice. New York: Regan Books.
Hedges, Lawrence (1994). Remembering, repeating and working through trauma. New York: Jason Aronson.
Johnston, Moira (1997). Spectral evidence: the Ramona case. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Knapp, Samuel and VanderCreek, Leon (1998). Treating patients with memories of abuse: Legal risk management. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Loftus, Elizabeth and Ketcham, Katherine (1994). The myth of repressed memory. New York: St. Martin’s Press.
Lillienfeld, Scott O., Lynn, Steven J. and Lohr, Jeffrey M. (2003). Science and pseudoscience in clinical psychology. New York: Guilford Press.
Lynn, Steven J. and McConkey, Kevin (Eds.) (1998). Truth in memory. New York: Guilford Press.
Mackay, Charles (1856). Extraordinary popular delusions and the madnesss of crowds. London: G. Routledge and Sons.
MacLean, Harry (1993). Once upon a time: True story of memory, murder and the law - The Eileen Franklin case. New York: Harper Collins.
Maran, Meredith (2010). My Lie: A true story of false memory. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
McHugh, Paul (2009). Try to remember: psychiatry’s clash over meaning, memory, and mind. Washington, DC: Dana Press.
McNally, Richard J. (2003). Remembering trauma. Boston: Harvard University Press.
McNamara, Eileen (1994). Breakdown: Sex, suicide, and the Harvard Psychiatrist. New York: Pocket Books.
Nathan, Debbie (2011). Sybil exposed: The extraordinary story behind the famous multiple personality case. New York: Free Press.
Nathan, Debbie and Snedeker, Michael (1995). Satan’s Silence: Ritual abuse and the making of a modern American witch hunt. New York: Basic Books.
Ofshe, Richard and Watters, Ethan (1994). Making monsters: false memory, psychotherapy and sexual hysteria. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Pendergrast, Mark (1996). Victims of memory: sex abuse accusations and shattered lives, 2nd. Ed. Hinesburg, VT: Upper Access Books.
Piper, August (1997). Hoax and reality: the bizarre world of multiple personality disorder. New York: Jason Aronson, Inc.
Pope, Harrison (1997). Psychology astray: fallacies in studies of "repressed memory" and childhood trauma. USA: Upton Books.
Rabinowitz, Dorothy (2003). No crueler tyrannies: Accusations, false witness, and other terrors of our times. New York: Wall Street Journal.
Read, J. Don and Lindsay, D. Stephen (1997). Recollections of trauma: Scientific evidence and clinical practice. New York: Plenum (Nato Conference Papers.)
Sabbagh, Karl (2009). Remembering our childhood: how memory betrays us. New York: Oxford University Press.
Sagan, Carl (1995). Demon-Haunted World: Science as a candle in the dark. New York: Random House.
Schacter, Daniel (1996). Searching for memory. New York: Basic Books.
Sharkey, Joe (1994). Bedlam: Greed, profiteering, and fraud in a mental health system gone crazy. New York: St Martins Press.
Shermer, Michael (1997). Why people believe weird things: Pseudoscience, superstition, and other confusions of our time. New York: WH Freeman.
Showalter, Elaine (1997). Hystories: Hysterical epidemics and modern media. New York: Columbia University Press.
Simpson, Paul (1997). Second thoughts: understanding the false memory crisis and how it could affect you. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
Singer, Margaret and Lalich, Janja (1995). Crazy therapies. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Slovenko, Ralph (1995).Psychiatry and criminal culpability. Wiley
Smith, Susan (1995). Survivor psychology: The dark side of a mental health mission. USA: Upton Books.
Spanos, Nicholas (1996). Multiple personality and false memory. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Taub, Sheila (ed.) (1999). Recovered memories of child sexual abuse: psychological, social and legal perspectives on a contemporary mental health controversy. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
Underwager, Ralph and Wakefield, Hollida (1994). Return of the furies: analysis of recovered memory therapy. Chicago: Open Court.
Van Til, Reinder (1997). Lost daughters: recovered memory therapy and the people it hurts. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans.
Victor, Jeffrey (1995). Satanic panic: the creation of a contemporary legend. New York: Open Court.
Wassil-Grimm, Claudette (1995). Diagnosis for disaster. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press.
Winter, Alison (2012). Memory: Fragments of a modern history. Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press.
Wright, Lawrence (1994). Remembering Satan: case of recovered memory and the shattering of an American family. New York: Knopf.
Yapko, Michael (1994). Suggestions of abuse. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Books on Issues Involving Minors
Ceci, Stephen and Bruck, Maggie (1995). Jeopardy in the courtroom: a scientific analysis of children’s testimony. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Eberle, Paul (1993). Abuse of innocence: McMartin preschool trial. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Press.
Gardner, Richard (1992). True and false accusations of child sex abuse. Cresskill, NJ: Creative Therapeutics.
Hood, Lynley (2001). City Possessed: The Christchurch civic creche case. New Zealand: Longacre Press.
Lyon, Katheryn (1998). Witch Hunt: A true story of social hysteria and abused justice. New York: Avon Books. (Wenatchee)
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