Cover of Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (medium)

Final Report of the APA Working Group on Investigation of Memories of Childhood Abuse

Vol. 4, No. 4, December 1998
Item #: 2190404
Format: Hard copy
List Price: $35.00
Member/Affiliate Price: $35.00
FREE Shipping

For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories

About the special issue

The APA Council of Representatives voted in February 1993 to establish a working group to review current scientific literature and identify future research and training needs regarding the evaluation of memories of childhood abuse. This special issue presents the report of the working group. This report includes substantive reviews of the applicable literature on trauma and memory as well as clear recommendations for future research and training.

Articles in this issue

American Psychological Association Working Group on Investigation of Memories of Childhood Abuse: Preface to the Final Report
Pages 931–932

Final Conclusions of the American Psychological Association Working Group on Investigation of Memories of Child Abuse
Pages 933–940

Symptomatic Clients and Memories of Childhood Abuse: What the Trauma and Child Sexual Abuse Literature Tells Us
Pages 941–995
Alpert, Judith L.; Brown, Laura S.; Courtois, Christine A.

Comment on Alpert, Brown, and Courtois (1998): The Science of Memory and the Practice of Psychotherapy
Pages 996–1010
Ornstein, Peter A.; Ceci, Stephen J.; Loftus, Elizabeth F.

Reply to Ornstein, Ceci, and Loftus (1998): The Politics of Memory
Pages 1011–1024
Alpert, Judith L.; Brown, Laura S.; Courtois, Christine A.

Adult Recollections of Childhood Abuse: Cognitive and Developmental Perspectives
Pages 1025–1051
Ornstein, Peter A.; Ceci, Stephen J.; Loftus, Elizabeth F.

Comment on Ornstein, Ceci, and Loftus (1998): Adult Recollections of Childhood Abuse
Pages 1052–1067
Alpert, Judith L.; Brown, Laura S.; Courtois, Christine A.

More on the Repressed Memory Debate: A Reply to Alpert, Brown, and Courtois (1998)
Pages 1068–1078
Ornstein, Peter A.; Ceci, Stephen J.; Loftus, Elizabeth F.

Recovered Memories in Theory and Practice
Pages 1079–1090
Davies, Graham; Morton, John; Mollon, Phil; Robertson, Noelle

The Controversy Over Recovered Memories
Pages 1091–1109
Roediger III, Henry L.; Bergman, Erik T.

Neurobiology of Reconstructed Memory
Pages 1110–1134
Jacobs, W. Jake; Nadel, Lynn

Criteria for Judging the Admissibility of Eyewitness Testimony of Long Past Events
Pages 1135–1159
Haber, Lyn; Haber, Ralph Norman

Pseudoscience, Cross-Examination, and Scientific Evidence in the Recovered Memory Controversy
Pages 1160–1181
Pope, Kenneth S.

The Facade of Scientific Documentation: A Case Study of Richard Ofshe's Analysis of the Paul Ingram Case
Pages 1182–1197
Olio, Karen A.; Cornell, William F.

Admissibility of Repressed Memory Evidence by Therapists in Sexual Abuse Cases
Pages 1198–1225
Gordon, Jonathan D.

The Admissibility of Expert Testimony Based Upon Clinical Judgment and Scientific Research
Pages 1226–1252
Shuman, Daniel W.; Sales, Bruce D.

Recovered Memories of Child Sexual Abuse and Liability: Society, Science, and the Law in a Comparative Setting
Pages 1253–1306
Partlett, David F.; Nurcombe, Barry

List Price: $35.00
Member/Affiliate Price: $35.00
Quantity

APA Database
Subscription Options

Browse Special Issues

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT