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                                 Cuwiculm Vitae

  ESIOEICE:                                  ill! VERSITI:
       7112 Marl borough Terrace                  Department of Sociology
       Berkeley CalIfornia 14705                  UnIversity of
California
       510/8454911                                Berkeley, CA 94720
                                                  530/642.4289 or
                                                  510/642-4766


       Blrthdate: February Z7, 1941

 EWCATION:
       Stanford Univ:rsit~                        Ph.D. -- 1968,
Sociology.
                                                 M.A. -- 1964. SocIology
       Que.v.s College, CWU.M.Y.                 S.A. -- 1963,
Psychology
       Doctoral Dissertation, hA Theory of Behavior Under Conditions of
             Reference Conflict.' Stanford University, 1968.
       HA. Thesis. Effects of Interaction in Interpersonal
Conmunicatlon.'
             Queens College, C.U.LY., 1964.

 POSITIONS:

       Professor, Dinpartment of Sociology, University of California.
             Berkeley, Californii, 1962.
       Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of
             California. Berkeley, California, 1971.8?.
       Assistant Professor. Oepartunt of Soc1ol~y, Un I vers I ty
             CalifornIa. Berkeley, California,
       Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Stanford
             University. Stanford, California, Sumer 1971.


       John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, 1973.74.
       Pulitzer Prize *- For Public Service, 1979.
             Nei~er of the thvse.persou re orting and research
             whose work won ~hs award in t * name of the frj.~
                                                                       e1~
QAJ
              Sz~giJ4~ nPhspaper.



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1U403S: (cont1nued~
      California Newspaper Asaoclation AwardS, 1930. Awarded to the WnX
      3.~asJ4.gkt based in part oi~ ~y WOYk.
             Coianity Service Award -- for editorials and news stories
                  about state gov,rvmwnt' $ failure to regulate Synanon.
             Best Editorial Series *. for editorials about state
                  government's failure to regulate Syaanon.
             Best News Series - - for news coverage of Synanon and
                  state government.
      Visiting Scholar. University Center of Georgia, Atlanta, 198Z.
      Recipient of Roy Oorciis Award for the Best Paper on Clinical
Hypnosis of
                  1994. Awarded by the Society for Clinical and
Exprimental
                  Hypnosis for lecovered Memory Therapy and Robust
                  Repression: Influence and Pseudomemorles,
PUflSSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:
      American Sociological Association
      American Psychological Association
      American Psychological Society
      Sociological Practice Association
      Pacific SocIologIcal Association
PUFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES;
      Editorial Board of                               , 1970-71.
      Editorial Board of
                         ~'N~a~coog Its
      EdltDrial Board of                                 , 1972-74.
      Coinittee on the Cert cat on o                          of thu
             American Sociological Association, 1948.72.
      Chairman, Publications Conudttee, Social Psychology Section,
             American Sociological Association, 1975.75.
      Faculty Council of the Center for Research in Management Science,
             University of California Berkeley, 3975-63.
      Chairman, Cooley-Nead Award Selection Coepittee, American
Sociological
             Association, 1964-85
      limber, Editorial Board of Journal of Cultie Studies, 1964-1993.
      Director, American Family Foundation, 199-1993.
      Executive Board of the California Chapter of the Sociological
Practice
             Association, 1991.13.
      Advisory Board, False Memory Syndrome Foundation, 199Z-

COIl3LlAIIT TO:
      Karin County Sheriff's Departinmnt, 1979-8Q.
      Office of Attorney General, State of California, 1980-Si.
      U.S. Attorney's Office, 105 Angeles, 1182.
      U.S. Attorney's Office, Los Angeles, 1962 (re:DeLorean) )
  ~JJ Office of Attorney General, SLate of Arizona, 1982-84.
      U~S. Department of Justice:
            Tax Division, 1982-64.
            Criminal DivisIon, 1984-90.
      Prosecuting Attorney, Jefferson County, West Virginia, 1984.
      Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, 1984-85.



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 COIISULlANT TO: (continwud)
       Colssioner's Office of tk@ Department of Social and
            Rehabilitation Services, State of Vermont, 1984.
       Internal RaV3R~   Service, 1965-88
       U.S. Attornsy's Office, West VIrginia, 1967-91.
       Thurston County Prosecutor's Office, Vashlngton, 1990.
       State's Attorney's OfficO, Fort Laudpdale, Florida 1992-94.
       Office of tbe Governor of M1s~~urI, IWS (re; the pardon of
Johrn,.~
            Wiliwi)
       Office of the District Attorney, Los Angeles, 1995 (Mmnendez).



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PUSLICAT 10115:

      hgks and MonaaranhS:
             OVsh., Richard, with Lynne Ofshm. 1970. UtilitY and
ChoicLin
                   ~~JJ1n±*rA~1±Qn. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey:
                   Prenticu-Ha1L~Repwluted by Irvington Publishers, New
York.
                             (ed.). 1,10. TheSadolo~~ of the Possible.
                   E~Tii~d Cliffs, New JorseyFPiint ce-Hall.
                             (ed.). 1977.          1              S
2nd
                     TE1i~~ Engi evood Cli ff~~~:Pren~ce-Ha.
                             (ed. 2. 1973. Inturuersonal BehavIor I~~j,al
1
             ~~iTEng1uwood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentic
                           , with David Mitchell and Cathy MItchell.
1980. Tha
                   UaftfI~ji Svnanoj. New York: Saview Press.
             ____________    v~tIm Ethan Watters. 1994. rlakina
Mon~teru:Palmg
             muor¶ks. Psvehatheraov and Sexual Hysteria,, t4~iYork:
Charles
             Scri bner's.
                                                        London: Andre
Deutsch
             (with a new Introduction to t a British tion)

                                                       Nun ch: 0 1
(Berman
        AW~Jjj±

               Ofuhe, Richard, with Ronald Anderson. 1966. 'Testing a
Measurement
               Model.' Chapter 1 in Soc~1 01091c&1 Nethqdaloiivi1969, E.
Borgatta
               (ed.), San Francisco: Joss~y.musa.
                              with Neiman Goodman. 1968. 'Empathy,
Couuunlcati@n
               ~??T~f~Find Marital Status.    Journal of Marriage
andfauilv,
               Vol. SO, No. 4, November.
               Reprinted in Social Pjvchologv and Evorvdjv Life. B.
Franklin and
               F. Kohout (eds.), New York; David McXay, 1973.
               ______________ with Arthur Stinchcombe. 1909. 'On Journal
Editing
               as a Probabilistic Process.' Ainerican Snc~iplog1st, Vol.
4, No. 2,
               May.
               _____________   with Lynne Ofahe. 1969. "SocIal Choice and
Utility
               in Coalition Formation." ~ Vol. 32, No. 3, Septm~er.

               _____________- 1910. 'Cognitive Consistency and Language
               Behavior.' ti~     t, Vol. 23, No. 2. April.
               Reprinted in Tht~rpn.~unal Behavior in Small Grguna, hi.
Ofahe
               (ed.), Englewoaci C lifts. New Jersey: PrenticewHa~1, 1973.



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hrUs3.ga: (continued)
      _____________     with Lynne OFsh.. 1970. 'Choice Behavior In
      ~a1it1on games.' IahulmYulJc1an¶. Vol. 15, No. 4, July, 1970.
      Reprinted Ira ~bhs~rriUI         rIflt~ CrIOF ~'t Sociolo@Y.
      tndi*anapollu :tobbs4~'v1 11, 1973.
      Reprinted iii [nterpersgnalBehavior ifl SEAll GrOUDS, R. Ofshe
      (ed.), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: PrentIce-Hall, 1973.
                        with Hamit Fisuk. 1970. 'The Process of Status
      Evo1ut¶on~w So~tmtrv. Vol. 33, No. 3, September.
      Rgpvint.ed in ~
      (ad.), Englowo
                        with L)qlne Ofshe. 1970. 'A Comparative Study of
      T~~iTT~5~Nidels: Paired Comparison. end Seal ogre. Analysis.'
      ~i~.iiIL1.L Vol. 33, lEo. 4, Dei~.iber.
      _____________     1971. 'Tho Effectlvuness of Pacifist Strategies?
A
      Thinoretical Approach.' Jouv'w1zl of Conflict Reiclutlon, VoL 16,
      No. 2, Juno.
      Reprinted 1.      or erional R9~ av for i~ Small Cro~ap s, R.
Ofihe
        (ad.), Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: PrenticeuHall, 1973.
        _____________     with Lynn. Ofshe. 1971. 'A Utility Theory for
the
        Behavior of Three Person Interaction Systems.' In ~
        B. Liebermnan (ad.), New York: Gordon and Broach.
        _____________     19fl. "Reference and Conflict and B.hav1or,~
        SocIolopIcal Thegries in PrOgrESE, Vol. II, J. Serger, N. Zelditch
        and 8. Anderson (ads.), Boston: Houghton Nifflin..
        ____________      with Lynne Roberts. 1972. 'A Utility Based
Theory
      of Decision Making.' Contributions to Exoerluantal Economies. Vol.
      III, ~E. Samaermann (ad.), Tublagen, Wst Germany: J.C.BI Nohr.
      _____________     et al. 1974. 'Social Structure and Social
Control
      in Synanor,.' Journal of Voluntary Action Research, Vol. 3. No. 3.
      _____________     with Claude Fischer and Mark Baldssstre~ 1975.
      wCro~ing Studies and Urban Life:     A Critical Review. ~wiruLsf
      the AusricanAnstitute of Planners. Vol. 41, No. 6, November.
      _____________     'Synanon: The People Business.' C. Glock and R.
      Belich (eds.), ~hjJ~wR.liotous Consciousness, University of
      California Press.
      ____________      with David V. md Cathy Mitchell. 1975/1979. As
      Editorial Consultant and Researcher wtth the !njnLRs~aL.U.gbZ
      newspaper, I contributed to the production of over 120 stories and
      editorials on the Synanon Foundation, Inc.



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         Arti&]u: (continued)
                _____________ usa. "The Social Development of the Synanon
Cult:
                The Managerlil Stratngy of Organizational Transformetion.'
                Sodaloaiql Ar~al~is, Vol. 41, 2.
                _____________ with Margaret Lee. 1981. "The Impact of
Behavioral
                ~ty1e and Status Characteristics on Influence:   A Test of
Two
                Competing Models.' $Qcial PIJ!r.heloqv qqayterlv, Vol. 44,
No. 2.
                ~Jgn@.
                              with Kargaret Leo. 1981. 'Reply to
G~ensteta.'
                I~]~ii~I~Iu.z...guarig.r.ix, Vol. 44, No. 4, December,
                Ofahe, Richard, with Margaret Lee. 1963. Vhat Are We to
Make of
                All This?" Social Psvc1j~gJqgyOuarterlv, Vol. 46. No. 1,
March.
                _____________, with Kenneth Chrlstuan. 1986. 'A Two-
Process
                Theory of Social Behavior.' latlonailty and CollectIve
9.11.1,
                A. Harris (ed.), New York: AM.X.
                _____________ with Margaret Singer, 1986. "Attacks on
Peripheral
                versusC~tral Elements of Self and the Impact of Thu1ht
                Reforinin Techniques: Review and Theoretical Analysis.
                ~11i~J.e.L.,Jniarnrn.a1, Vol. 3, No. 1.
                Reprinted ml 1.J~.jaJ4gign, Chicago; American Bar
Association,
                urn.
                _____________* 1969, 'The Rabbi and the Sex Cult.'
~u31~tjad~1g.a
                ~zniii:na.i~ Vol 3, No. Z.
                _____________* 1989.     Coerced Confessions: The togic of
Seemingly
                Irrational Action,' Cultic Studleijournal, Vol 6, No. 1.

                        and , with Margaret SInger. 1990.      Thought
Reform
                Prograiss tilt. Production of Psychiatric Casualties."
                Psychiatric Annuls, Vol 20, No. 4, April.
                            * 1992. 'Coercive Persuasion and Attitude
Change.'
                TiITh~E1~Ii~a9f SocloJ%iav, edited by E. Borgatta and N.
                Borgatta.   York: Macut 11 an.
                _____________* 1992. "Inadvertent Hypnosis During
Interrogation:
                False Confession Due to Dissociative State; His-Identified
                Multlpl* Personality and the Satanic Cult Hypothesis."
                L~tarnatton~i Journal of Clin4~al and Exnerlmental
Hyonosis, Vol.

                              with Ethan Watters. 1993. 'Making Monsters.'
                ~oc1etY, Vol 30, 3, March/AprIl.
                _____________* with Ethan Wetters. "More on Making
Noniters,
                Authors Reply." Society, Vol 31. No. 1, November/Decuiber
1993.



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        ArXJsJ.*R: (continued)
                                 with Suzanne Johnson, 1994. 'RelIgious
Cults.'
                ~ Danbury, Connecticut: Crollie?'.
               _____________   ~Nakivig Grossly Damaging but Avoidable
Errors:
              Th. Pitfalls of the Ollo/Cornel 1 ThesIs." ~m~uiL.~!
              ChlldSsxual Abus., 3, 3, 1994.
              ____________, with Margaret Singer. 'ReGoverad Memory
              Th~rap,y and Robust Repression: Influence and
Pseudo.smorl.s.
              Inti~n4i1Qflh1jgi~r"flI of Clinical and Exnerlumfltml
Kyonosls, $2,
              4, 1994, O~tober.
              ____________   'Lan Hacking's Leaning Towers Foundations
for the
              Architecture of Analysis,' ~m~.u~.1.an~a1 June 1995.
              _____________ with Etban Vatters.      ~      Americans
Bearing
              Gifts: Introduction to the ~rItish Edition of Making
Monsters.'

               D.utsch, Octo r, l99~.
                              UI~. Guilty If You Say So,' in Donald
Connery
               ~ Ca~~ridge, Brookline Press, 1995.



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       Pweu.ntind at Meetinas of Sclentlfjc Associations:
              Ofahe, Richard. 19U.. 'Effect of Interaction in
Interpersonal
              Coiuwnlcation.' American Sociological Association,
Montreal,
              Canada, September.
              _____________ with Norsan Goodman. 1965. 'CognItive
Conulstenc.y
              and the A-B-A Model." Pacific Sociological Association,
Salt uk..
              City, April.
              ____________   1965. 'On the Strategy of Laboratory
Simulation.'
              The West Coast Luau   roups Conference, Salt lake City.
April.
              _____________- 1968. 'A Laboratory Method for the
Measurmmnt of
              Identification. American Sociological Association, Boston,
              September.
              ____________   with Lynne Ofahe. 1969. 'A Utility Based
Theory of
              Decision Malcing.' Ammrican Sociological Association,
Chicago,
              Septeuber.
              _____________ with Lynne DIsh., 1970. 'A Comparative Study
of
              Two ScaTing Models: Paired Comparisons and Scalogram
Analysis.'
              Aiuiican Sociological Association, San FrancIsco,
September.
                               with N. Hamit Flsek. 1970. 'The Procesi of
Status
              Evalutfon." A~rlcau~ Sociological Association, San
rranclsco,
              September,
                               with Lynn. Roberts. 1971. 'A Utility Based
Theory
              of Dcluion Muf'~ing. Schonbery International Conference on
              Experimental Economics, Frankfort, West Curuany, Sept~er.

              Theoretical    . 1971. 'The Effectiveness of Pacifist
Strategies: A
                           Approach.   American Sociological Association,
hew
              York, Se~teuber.
                           , et al. 1972. 'A Model for the Structure of
              Cognitlons   Racial Differences and Evaluations to Planned
Social
              Change,' Russell Sage FoMndatlon Conference on Social
Indicator
              Models. New York, July.

              _____________ at al. 1914 Social Indicators of Racial
              Perspectives.' American Sociological Association, Chicago,
              September.
              _____________ 1979. 'The Evolution of the Synanon Cult.'
              Rollgion and Political Movements section of the Association
for
              the Study of Religion meeting;, Washington, August.
              _____________ 1979. 'Some Problems of Doing Controversial
              Research.5 American Sociological Association, Washington,
D.C.,
              August.



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      Present~ at Neqtinas of Sci.ntiP4jAssaclatIonS? (continued)
               _____________* 1980.    Shifts in Opportunities and
Accountability
               and the RegulatIon of Religious Ov'ganizatlons.
Association for
               the Study of RligIon, Mini Yark, August.
                              1960. "Status Characteristics and
Expectation
               3IiEii~Trt1cal Review.' Thematic Session on Expectation
               States Research, American Sociological Association, New
York,
                September.
                ____________* iDSi. 'Theories of Coercive Social Control.'
                Conference on Conversion, Coercion and Coisitment in New
Religious
                Movements, Center for the Study of New Religions Berkeley,
~iune.

                _____________, with Kenneth Christiman and Robert Saltz.
1981.
                "Obedience     Authority:      Ra-amelyuis and Explanation."
American
                Soctologleal Association meetings, Toronto, Canada,
August.
                _____________* 1181.        ~h. Construction of Behavior
Through
                Out-of-Awareness Influence: An Alternative to Brainwashing
                Theories.' American Psychological Association, Los
Angeles,
                August.
                _____________* 1361.        Thaught Refor, and the Appearance
of Mental
                iliness.' American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
                Septusber.
                             * 1962. 'Group Pressure Tactics in Conversion
to
                Terrorism," Aiirican Psychiatric Association, Toronto,
Canada,
                May.
                _____________* 1964. "Problems of Doing Research on
Controversial
                Subjects,' American Sociological Association, San Antonio,
August.
                _____________* 1955. 'Tb. Rabbi and The Sex Cult,'
American
                SocIological Association, Washington, D.C., August.
                _____________* 1967.    R.gulation of Cult Organizations
and
                Prosecution of Cult-generated Crimes,' presented at the
First
                International Congress on Sects and Society, Barcelona,
Spain,
                November.
                ____________    1988. 'Coerced Confessions: Case Studies in
The
                Tactics of Persuasion.' American Sociological Association,
                Atlanta, AUgUSt.
                _____________* 1988. "Thought Reforming Interrogations in
                America,' The Society for the Study of Social Influence,
Los
                Angeles, November.
                _____________ 1989. "Police Brainwashing in America,'
Pacific
                Sociological Association, Las Vegas, April.



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         Presented atJ4~atinaa of Sei~ytif1c Aaseeimtioas: (continued)

                ____________    3991. The Dynamics of Violence Generating
cults,.
                The Society for Cross Cultural Research, San .Jua,,,
Puerto Rico,
                February.
                _____________   1991. 'Thought Reform - Lurid Fantasy
versus
                Interesting Reality," bleater,, Psychological Association,
San'
                FrancIsco, April.
                _____________, ~1th Richard Leo. 1991. 'The Social
Psychology of
                Coerced Internalized False Confessions,' American
Sociological
                Association, Cincinnati, August.
                _____________* 1993. "Making Monsters - Recovered
Nmmories~ Who
                is Victimizing Who, STAR, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March.
                             * 1993. 'Making Monsters: The New Dr.
Frankenutmin,
                TWgrrV?iifirence, Santa V., April.
                ____________* 1993. 'MaId ng Monsters: An American
Tragedy.'
                Conference on Memory and Reality: An Emerging Crisis,
ValseM..Dry
                Syndrome Fundation, Philadelphia, April.
                _____________* 1993. 'Analyzing The Social Structure of
Cults and
                Crisis Decision Making. American Psychiatric Association,
San
                Francisco, May.
                             * 1993. "Making Monsters: The Coming Crisis
In
              Psychiatry." American Psychiatric Association, San
Francisco, May.
              _____________ 1993. 'Making Monsters: The Recovered
Memory
              Therapy Crisis,' International Academy of Sex Research,
Pacific
              Grove, California, June.
              _____________- 1994. "The Creation of Illusory Belief,'
Clar~nt
              Conference orFApplied Cognitive Psychology~ Suggestibility
and the
              Voracity of Memory, Claremont, March.
              ______________* 1994. "Psychology's Phlogiston -- Robust
              Repression and Misused Influence; The Recovered Mumory
Cr'isis.
              Invited keynote address, Vis~onsin State Psychological
              Association, Milwaukee, April.
              ______________* 1994. The Social psychology of the
Substitution
              of Belief for Memory, 1994 CSICOP Conference, The
Psychology of
              Belief, Seattle, June.
              _____________- 1994'. 'The Social Psychology of the
Creation of
              Pseudouemories.' Conference on 'Psychological Issues In
Child
                Sexual Abuse lnvestlgations, Tromso University, Tromso,
NrWy,
                August.
                               1994. lnfluence In Psychotherapy: The Big
                WfEEiire.ons Hopkins Medical Institution conference on
Memory
                and Reality: Raconclliation. Scientific and Legal Issues
of False
                Memory Syndrome. Baltimore, Maryland. flecember.
                Ofshe, Richard. 1987. "Investigating and Analyzing Cult
Cases,"
                presentation to the Third Annual National Legal Seminar on
Cult
                Litigation, Pittsburgh, September.



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       Progmnted at Other Auodatia~yj and 5rouDs:
               _____________ 1387. "Cultic Organliatlons: AI~
Overview,' First
               International Congress on Sects a~d Society. Barcelona,
Spain,
               Novuer.

                                                      Cult
                           Cult ~t !n~e~a              of Amrl ca's
Struggle to
                                            September.
                 ______________ 198& "Cults, Psychics and Other
Psychological
                 Nominators,' California Trial Lawyers Association, Los
Angeles,
                 November.
                 ____________   1999. 'Tort Liability for Brainwashing - a
                 ~bate,' Aaerican Bar Association, National Institute -
Tort and
                 Religion, San Franciaco, Nay.
                 ______________* 1969. 'Beyond Civil Liberties: The Real
Issues,'
                 Interfaith Coalition of Concern about Cults, New York,
Nay.
                 ____________* 3991. 'Coercive Persuasion of the Mind In
Pelice
                 In Police Obtained Confessions.' Second Annual Conference
-
                 Criminal Defense Litigation Along the RI. and the River.
Public
                 Defender's Office, Coconino County, Flagstaff, Juno.
                 _____________* 1191. 'Professional workshop. Sociologists
as
                 Expert Witnesses.' American Sociological Association,
Cincinnati,
                 August.
                 ____________* 1991. 'The Use of Psychological, Social and
                 Med1caV~vWence in Clarifying Cult Issues in Court.' Grand
                 Rounds. Walnut Creek Hospital, lEalrnst Creek, November.
                 ____________* 1993. 'Pseudamemories and Real
Malpractice.'
                 Association f:or Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. San
Francisco,
                 September.
                 ______________* 1193. 'Recovered Memories *~ Issues in
Criminal
                 and Clvii LItlgat¶on.' Stat. ~)ud1c1al Conference.
lireckenridge,
                 Colorado, September.
                              * 1993. 'Coerced False Confessions: The
Social
                 15ii~IiTii7o!Extreme Influence.' Alameda County Criminal
Defense
                 Bar, Oakland, October.
                              * 1993. 'PolIce Interrogation and the
Coercion of
                 T~T~isTons.'       Top Gwi ~l, Criminal Defense Seminar,
St.
                 Petersburg, Florida, October.
                              * £993. 'Memories are Made of This.'
Conference an
                 ~i~1i~iy and Sex Abuse Cases:   The Mis4lse aid Abuse of
                 Science. Criminal Lawyers Association, Toronto, Canada,
November.
                 _____________* 1993. '[nfluence and the Creation of
Believed
                 False Nme@rles.' San Francisco Academy of Hypnosis, San
Francisco,
                 December.



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         Presented at Qth~r Assoclatiofli In~I Grouni (continued)
                _____________* 1994. 'Coerced False Confessions.' Advanced
                Criminal Law Seminars Aspen, Colorado, January.
                ____________* 1994. 'False Nmories and True Malpractice,'
Grand
                Rounds, Val,~ut Creek Hospital, Walnut Creek, March.
                ____________* 1994, Town Meeting on 'False Memory or
Recovered
                Memory.' At the San Francisco Press sponsored by Media
Alliance,
                March.
                _____________* 1994. 'ValId Memories or Pseudo.uuories.'
florida
                State Supreme Court, Judicial Conference, mini-course for
trimi
                and apI~ellate judges, Tampa, Florida, May.
                            * 1994. 'False Conteisions.' Florid. State
Supreme
               Court, ~Iw1telai Conference, ulni-cow"sa for trial and
appellate
               judges, Tampa, florida, Nay.
                           * 1994.   'Police Interrogation and Pili.
               Confession.' Death Penalty Resource Center National
Training
               Conference, Charleston, South CarolIna, June.
               _____________* 1994. 'The Social Psychology of False
               Ccnfuas¶on." Alaska Acady of Trial Lawyers, Anchorage,
Alaska,
               September.
               ______________* 1994. "The Psychology of Interrogation:
               Unearthing Felse ConfessIons' The Nrth Carolina Academy of
               Trial Lawyers. Greensboro, North Carolina, September.
               ___________- 14Q4.    'Rpwsse..A,u..ciriw.s R.j~rtn ~ifts~
Tha'
               Spreading Satanic Cult Hysteria.' First Annual Fair
Lecture, Fair,
               London England, October.
               _____________* 1194. 'The American Origins of the
Recovered
               Memory Quackery.' Public Lecture for the British False
Memory
               Syndrome Foundation, London, England. Octob,r.
               _____________* 1994. 'The Recovered Memory Epidemic:
Needless
               Mal-Practi~e.' 1994 Western Regional Symposium on Child
Abuse and
               Sexual Assault. cugone, Oregon, November.
               _____________ 1994.   'Recovered NemQrtes; Monstrous
Misuse of
              Influence.' Grand Rounds, Alta Bate, Hospital, Berkeley,
              California, October.
              _____________* 1994. lnfluence and Creation of
Pseudomemories.'
              Current Topics in tha law and Mental Health. Seattle,
Washington,
              Movrnber.
              _____________ 1994.   "Makin Monsters: Dangerous
Influences on
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