About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
THE SOCIAL ASPECTS.
Socio-historical Perspective (T. Dalgleish & N. Morant).
Recovered Memories: Effects Upon the Family and Community (G. Gudjonsson).
Recovered Memories of Abuse: Effects on the Individual (A. Skinner).
Recovered Memories: The Legal Dilemmas (E. Magner & P. Parkinson).
The Recovered Memories Controversy: Where Do We Go From Here? (D. Lindsay & J. Read).
Discovering Fact and Fiction: Case-based Analyses of Authentic and Fabricated Discovered Memories of Abuse (K. Shobe & J. Schooler).
Is It Possible to Discriminate True From False Memories? (G. Davies).
Therapeutic Techniques, Therapeutic Contexts and Memory (D. Bekerian & M. O'Neill).
Recovered Memories in Therapy Clinicians' Beliefs and Practices (B. Andrews).
Establishing Practice-based Guidelines for Therapists (N. Robertson).
Psychogenic Amnesias: Functional Memory Loss (M. Kopelman & J. Morton).
Memories of Abuse and Alien Abduction: Close Encounters of a Therapeutic Kind (M. Power).