Articles & Peer-reviewed Publications

Articles & Peer-reviewed Publications

Brown, D., ( 1999) Patients in false memory cases sue after being influenced by third party. Psychiatric News, p8 & 22.

Campbell, Terrence. W., (1994) Challenging psychologists and psychiatrists as expert witnesses, Michigan Bar Journal, p68 – 72.

__________ (1993) The Daubert decision and its effects on expert testimony. Michigan Lawyers Weekly,   p. 5B.

__________ Therapeutic relationships and iatrogenic outcomes: The blame-and-change maneuver in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 29, 474-480.

Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (1993) (61 U.S.I. W. 4805.

Dawes, Robyn M. , Representative thinking in clinical judgment. Clinical Psychology Review, 6, 425-441.

Duffy, David F., Ba MSc PhD RMN, (2006) , “Self-injury”  In, Suicide and non-fatal self-harm, vol. 5, (8) p 263-265.

Fetkewicz, J., Sharma, V. & Merskey, H. (2000) A note on suicidal deterioration with recovered memory, treatment.  J. Affect. Dis., 58:155-159.

Fink, P., The attack on psychotherapy, Clinical Psychiatry News 26; 11:23.

Freeland, A., Manchanda, R., Chiu, S., et al. (1993) Four cases of supposed multiple personality disorder: evidence of unjustified diagnoses.  Can. J. Psychiat., 23: 245-247.

Gavigan, M.(1994)  False memories of sexual abuse: A personal account. Issues in Child Abuse Accusations.4, 246-247.

Harrison G. Pope, Jr., Dr., Michael B. Poliakoff, Michael P. Parker, Matthew Boynes, and James I. Hudson,(2006) Is dissociative amnesia a culture-bound syndrome? Findings from a survey of historical literature. Psychological Medicine Page 1 of 9, Cambridge University Press.

Krug, Kevin S., Weaver III, Charles A.,(2005)  Eyewitness Memory and Metamemory in Product Identification : Evidence for Familiarity Biases, The Journal of General Psychology, vol. 132:4.

Lalonde, J.K., Hudson , J.I., Gigante, R.A. & Pope, H.G. Jr.  (2001) Canadian and American psychiatrists� attitudes toward Dissociative Disorders diagnoses. Can. J. Psychiat., 46(5): 407-412.

Lanning, K.V., Ritual abuse: A law enforcement view or perspective. Child Abuse and Neglect., 1991, 15: 171-173.

Lief, Harold I., Fetkewicz J. (1995)Retractors of false memories: the evolution of pseudomemories. Journal of Psychiatry and Law; 23:411-435.

Lief, Harold I., (1999) Patients versus therapists: legal actions over recovered memory therapy. Psychiatric Times; Nov: Vol. XVI, Issue 11.

McHugh, Paul R. (2008) Try to Remember: Psychiatry�s Clash over Meaning, Memory, and Mind. Chapters 4 &5. Dana Press.

Merskey, H., Multiple personality disorder and false memory syndrome. British Journal of Psychiatry 1995; 166:281-3.

__________:(1992) The manufacture of personalities: the production of multiple personality disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry, 1992, 160: 327-340.

_________ (1991) The creation of personalities. The production of multiple personality disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry.

__________(1983) Hysteria: the history of an idea. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 28, 428-433.

Nathan, D. , (1992) Cry incest. Playboy. pp. 84-84. 162, 164.

Ofshe, R.J., and Singer, M.T., Recovered-memory therapy and robust repression: influence and pseudomemories. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1994, 42:391-410.

Orne, M.T., The use and misuse of hypnosis in court. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1979, 27: 311-341.

Orne, M.T., Dinges, D.G., and Orne, E.C., (1984) On the differential diagnosis of multiple personality in the forensic context. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 32: 118-169.

Piper, August Jr., (1993) Truth serum” and “recovered memories” of sexual abuse: a review of the evidence. Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 21:447-471.

Piper, August Jr., Merskey, Harold, D.M., (2004) The Persistence of Folly: A Critical Examination of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Part I. The Excesses of an Improbably Concept. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 49:592-600.

Pope, HG Jr, Hudson J.I., (1995) Can memories of childhood sexual abuse be repressed? Psychological Medicine,121-6-25.

Pope, H.G., Jr., Oliva, P.S., Hudson, J.I., Bodkin, J.A. & Gruber, A.J. (1999) Attitudes toward DSM-IV Dissociative Disorders Diagnoses among Board-Certified American Psychiatrists.  Am. J. Psychiat., 2000; 157:1179-1180.

___________ (2005) Repressed memories. The scientific status of research on repressed memories, in Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony�Social and Behavioral Science, 2005-2006 Edition. Edited by Faigman D, Kaye D, Saks M, Sanders J. Eagen, MN, West Group, pp 408-447.

___________ Pope, H. G. Jr., Oliva, P., Hudson , J.I.: (2005) Repressed memories. The scientific status of research on repressed memories, in Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony�Social and Behavioral Science, 2005-2006 Edition. Edited by Faigman D, Kaye D, Saks M, Sanders J. Eagen, MN, West Group, pp 408-447.

___________ (2005) Repressed memories. The scientific status of research on repressed memories, in Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony�Social and Behavioral Science, 2005-2006 Edition. Edited by Faigman D, Kaye D, Saks M, Sanders J. Eagen, MN, West Group, pp 408-447.

____________ (2008)  A Practical Approach to Boundaries in Psychotherapy: Making Decisions, Bypassing Blunders, Mending Fences. Journal of Clinical Psychology, vol. 64,  no.5, pages 638-652.

Rieber, R.W. (2006) The Bifurcation of the Self.  The History and Theory of Dissociation and Its Disorders.  New York : Springer Science.

Robbins, Susan P.  (1995) Wading Through the Muddy Waters of Recovered Memory. In: Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services.

Spanos, Nicholas P. (1994) Multiple identity enactments and multiple personality disorder: A sociocognitive perspective. Psychological Bulletin, Vol 116(1), 143-165.
Taylor W.F. & Martin M.F. (1944) Multiple personality.  J. Abnormal & Soc. Psychol., 39:281-330.
Thigpen, C.H. & Cleckley, H.M.  (1957). The Three Faces of Eve.  New York : McGraw-Hill.
Updated 05/27/12.
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8 Comments

  1. Jessica

     /  06/11/2012

    yea i’m also seeing how biased all these articles i am being told to use are. when the methods section starts with “One of the authors is the client’s therapist” it should just be thrown out.

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  2. Jessica

     /  06/04/2012

    thank you for info on so many articles, i am going to try to track down as many as i can, its weird none of these came up on my schools journal availability.

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  3. Jessica

     /  06/04/2012

    The one article in that list on 4 misdiagnosis of mpd is aviaiable from:
    http://www.fmsfonline.org/four_cases_MPD.html
    its a great read on differential diagnosises.

    I view this in i.e. without issue what version are you using? This comp cant handle 9 so i am still using 8.

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