Alan W. Scheflin

Books

Law and Mental Disorder with Alexander. Carolina Academic Press (1998) | Link to Library Catalog

Memory, Trauma Treatment, and the Law with Brown and Hammond. W.W. Norton & Company (1998) | Link to Library Catalog

Clinical Hypnosis and Memory: Guidelines for Clinicians and for Forensic Hypnosis with Hammond, Garver, Mutter, Crasilneck, Frischholz, Gravitz, Hibler, Olson, Spiegel, and Wester. American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Press (1995) | Link to Library Catalog

Trance on Trial with Shapiro. Guilford Press (1989) | Link to Library Catalog

De Psychologische Revolutie: Massale Manipulatie van de Menselijke Geest Maakt Argeloze Burgers tot Willoze Slachtoffers with Opton and translated into Dutch by Kuipers. Spectrum (1978) | Link to Library Catalog

L'Homme Programmé: Les Nouvelles Armes des Manipulateurs de Cerveau with Opton. Stanke (1978) (Translated from English by Jacques de Roussan) | Link to Library Catalog

The Mind Manipulators: A Non-Fiction Account with Opton. Paddington Press (1978) | Link to Library Catalog

Cases and Materials on Civil Obligations: Contracts, Torts, and Restitution. Temporary edition. Lerner Law Book Co. (1968) | Link to Library Catalog

Chapters

Mercy and Morals: The Ethics of Nullification in Jury Ethics: Juror Conduct and Jury Dynamics. Kleinig and Levine, editors. Paradigm (2006) | Link to Library Catalog

Forensic Uses of Hypnosis in The Handbook of Forensic Psychology. Weiner and Hess, editors. 3rd edition. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2006) | Link to Library Catalog

Are Dual Relationships Antitherapeutic? in Dual Relationships and Psychotheraphy. Lazarus and Zur, editors. Springer Publishing Co. (2002) | Link to Library Catalog

Are Dual Relationships Antitherapeutic? in Dual Relationships and Psychotherapy. Lazarus and Zur, editors. Springer Publishing Co. (2002) | Link to Library Catalog

Special Methodologies in Memory Retrieval: Chemical, Hypnotic, and Imagery Procedures with Brown, Firscholz, and Caploe in The Retrospective Assessment of Mental States in Litigation: Predicting the Past. Simon and Shuman, editors. American Psychiatric Press, Inc. (2002) | Link to Library Catalog

Caveat Therapist: Ethical and Legal Dangers in the Use of Ericksonian Techniques in The Handbook of Ericksonian Psychotherapy. Geary and Zeig, editors. Milton H. Erickson Foundation Press (2001) | Link to Library Catalog

Forensic Uses of Hypnosis with Spiegel and Spiegel in Handbook of Forensic Psychology. Hess and Weiner, editors. 2nd edition. John Wiley & Sons (2001) | Link to Library Catalog

Ethics and Hypnosis: A Preliminary Inquiry into Hypnotic Advocacy in Current Thinking and Research in Brief Therapy: Solutions, Strategies, Narratives, vol. 2. Matthews and Edgette, editors. Brunner/Mazel (1998) (An annual publication established by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation.) | Link to Library Catalog

Narrative Truth, Historical Truth and Forensic Truth in The Mental Health Practitioner and the Law: A Comprehensive Handbook. Lifson and Simon, editors. Harvard University Press (1998) | Link to Library Catalog

Ethics and Hypnosis: Unorthodox or Innovative Therapies and the Legal Standard of Care in Current Thinking and Research in Brief Therapy: Solutions, Strategies, Narratives, vol. 1. Matthews and Edgette, editors. Brunner/Mazel (1997) (An annual publication established by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation.) | Link to Library Catalog

Merciful Juries: The Resilience of Jury Nullification with Van Dyke in Courts and Justice: A Reader. Mays and Gregware. Waveland Press (1995) (Originally published at 48 Washington and Lee Law Review 165-183 (1991). Revised and reprinted in 53 Guild Practitioner 71-94 (1996)) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Legal Commentary on the Diary in Hung Jury: The Diary of a Menendez Juror. by Thorton. Temple University Press (1995) | Link to Library Catalog

Merciful Juries: The Resilience of Jury Nullification with Van Dyke in Before the Law: An Introduction to the Legal Process. Bonsignore, Katsh, d'Errico, Pipkin, Arons, and Rifkin. 5th edition. Houghton Mifflin Co (1994) (Originally published at 48 Washington and Lee Law Review 165-183 (1991). Revised and reprinted in 53 Guild Practitioner 71-94 (1996) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Forensic Hypnosis and the Law: The Current Situation in the United States in Hypnosis and the Law: Principles and Practice. Evans and Stanley, editors. Australian Society of Hypnosis (1994) | Link to Library Catalog

The Use of Medicine and Psychiatry to Commit Human Rights Violations: The Mind Control Experiments in Human Rights in the Twenty-First Century: A Global Challenge. Mahoney and Mahoney, editors. Nijhoff (1993) | Link to Library Catalog

The Power of the Supreme Court in the Age of the Positive State with Miller in The Supreme Court: Myth and Reality. Miller. Greenwood Press (1978) (Originally published as two articles: Part 1 at 1967 Duke Law Journal 273-320 (1967) and Part 2 at 1967 Duke Law Journal 522-551 (1967)) | Link to Library Catalog

The Power of the Supreme Court in the Age of the Positive State with Miller in The Supreme Court: Myth and Reality. Miller, editor. Greenwood Press (1978) (Originally published as two articles: Part 1, 1967 Duke Law Journal 273-320 (1967) and Part 2, 1967 Duke Law Journal 522-551 (1967)) | Link to Library Catalog

Articles

How Not to Conduct a Forensic Hypnosis Interview: A Case Study, 55 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 68-84 (2012)

Maximizing the Usefulness of Hypnosis in Forensic Investigative Settings, with Hibler, 55 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 32-55 (2012)

A Comment on an Alleged Association Between Hynosis and Death: Two Remarkable Cases, with Frischholz, 52 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 45-67 (2009)

Hypnosis and the Courts: A Study in Judicial Error, 1 Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 101-111 (2001)

Informed Consent and the Standard of Care in the Practice of Clinical Hypnosis, with Hammond and Vermetten, 43 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 305-310 (2001)

The Evolving Standard of Care in the Practice of Trauma and Dissociative Disorder Therapy, 64 Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 197-234 (2000) | Link to Full Text

The False Litigant Syndrome: "Nobody Would Say That Unless It Was the Truth", with Brown, 27 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 649-705 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons

Factitious Disorders and Trauma-Related Diagnoses, with Brown, 27 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 373-422 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons

Iatrogenic Dissociative Identity Disorder--An Evaluation of the Scientific Evidence, with Brown, 27 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 549-637 (1999)

Significant Dates in the History of Forensic Hypnosis, with Frischholz, 42 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 84-103 (1999)

Recovered Memories: The Current Weight of the Evidence in Science and in the Courts, with Brown and Whitfield, 27 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 5-156 (1999)

From Courtroom to Couch: Working with False/Repressed Memory and Avoiding Lawsuits, with Spiegel, 21 Psychiatric Clinics of North America 847-867 (Dec. 1998)

Risk Management in Treating Child Sexual Abuse and Adult Survivors, 7 Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 111-121 (1998)

False Memory and Buridan's Ass: A Response to Karlin and Orne, 14 Cultic Studies Journal 207-289 (1997)

Commentary on Borawick v. Shay: The Fate of Hypnotically Retrieved Memories, 13 Cultic Studies Journal 26-41 (1996)

Repressed Memory or Dissociative Amnesia: What the Science Says, with Brown, 24 The Journal of Psychiatry and Law 143-188 (1996)

Dissociated or Fabricated? Psychiatric Aspects of Repressed Memory in Criminal and Civil Cases, with Speigel, 42 International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 411-432 (1994) | Link to Full Text

Hypnosis: 1994 and Beyond, 21 Hypnos 196-204 (1994)

Forensic Hypnosis: Unanswered Questions, 22 Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 25-37 (1994)

Merciful Juries: The Resilience of Jury Nullification, with Van Dyke, 48 Washington and Lee Law Review 165-183 (1991) (Revised and reprinted in 53 Guild Practitioner 71-94 (1996). Reprinted in Before the Law: An Introduction to the Legal Process, by Bonsignore, Katsh, d'Errico, Pipkin, Arons, and Rifkin. 5th edition. Houghton Mifflin Co. (1994) and Courts and Justice: A Reader, by Mays and Gregware. Waveland Press (1995)) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Library Catalog

Merciful Juries: The Resilience of Jury Nullification, with Van Dyke, 48 Washington and Lee Law Review 165-183 (1991) (Revised and reprinted in 53 Guild Practitioner 71-94 (1996)) | Link to Digital Commons

Freedom of the Mind as an International Human Rights Issue, 3 Human Rights Law Journal 1-64 (1982) | Link to Library Catalog

Jury Nullification: The Contours of a Controversy, with Van Dyke, 43 Law and Contemporary Problems 51-115 (Fall 1980) | Link to Digital Commons

The Duty to Decide, (Symposium: Law and Social Change), 18 Catholic Lawyer 15-36 (1972) | Link to Digital Commons

Jury Nullification: The Right to Say No, 45 Southern California Law Review 168-226 (1972) (Reprinted in condensed form at 11 Judge's Journal 97-99 (1972)) | Link to Digital Commons

The Power of the Supreme Court in the Age of the Positive State: A Preliminary Excursus Part Two: On the Need for Adaptation to Changing Reality, with Miller, 1967 Duke Law Journal 522-551 (1967) (Reprinted with part 1 as a chapter in The Supreme Court: Myth and Reality, by Miller. Greenwood Press (1978)) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

The Power of the Supreme Court in the Age of the Positive State: A Preliminary Excursus Part One: On Candor and the Court, or, Why Bamboozle the Natives?, with Miller, 1967 Duke Law Journal 273-320 (1967) (Reprinted with part 2 as a chapter in The Supreme Court: Myth and Reality, by Miller. Greenwood Press (1978)) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Book Reviews

Psychotherapy and Confidentiality: Testimonial Privileged Communication, Breach of Confidentiality, and Reporting Duties, 39 Santa Clara Law Review 941-951 (1999) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Hypnosis, Memory, and Behavior in Criminal Investigation, 40 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 247-249 (1998) | Link to Library Catalog

Criminal Detection and the Psychology of Crime; and Interrogation and Confession: Images of the Police-Suspect Dynamic, 38 Santa Clara Law Review 1293-1301 (1998) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Forensic Neuropsychology: Conceptual Foundations and Clinical Practice, 48 Psychiatric Services: a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association 1601 (1997) | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Full Text

Hypnosis, Memory, and Behavior in Criminal Investigation, 48 Psychiatric Services 409 (1997) | Link to Library Catalog

The Psychology of Interrogations, Confessions, and Testimony, 36 American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 226-228 (1994) | Link to Library Catalog

Jury Selection, 31 Santa Clara Law Review 299-306 (1990) | Link to Digital Commons

The Law of Restitution, 19 Santa Clara Law Review 1141-1148 (1979) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog

Jury Selection in Criminal Trials: New Techniques and Concepts; and Jury Woman, 17 Santa Clara Law Review 247-265 (1977) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Library Catalog

Cases on Contracts, 56 Georgetown Law Journal 407-415 (1967) | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Full Text

Legal System and Lawyers' Reasonings; Human Law and Human Justice; and Social Dimensions of Law and Justice, with Miller, 16 American University Law Review 359-365 (1967) | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Library Catalog | Link to Full Text

Other Articles

George Alexander: Visionary and Friend, 20 Santa Clara Law magazine 41 (Fall/winter 2013) | Link to Full Text

Memories of Abuse, 11 Santa Clara Law 36 (Spring 2005)

Memories: True or False? [Discussion of Elizabeth Loftus, "Memory Faults and Fixes"], with Reagan, 19 Issues in Science and Technology 7-10 (2002)

Should Secrets Be Forever?, 1999 Et Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 35-36 (Summer/Fall 1999)

Should Secrets be Forever?, 1999 Et. Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 35-36 (Summer/Fall 1999)

Point/Counterpoint: Is It Ever Proper for Juries to Ignore or Reinterpret the Law?, 1999 California Bar Journal 14-15 (March 1999) | Link to Full Text

How Should Repressed Memory Cases Be Handled?, (letter), 36 Judges' Journal 72-73 (Summer 1997) | Link to Digital Commons

Nullification in the Nineties, 53 Guild Practitioner 95-96 (1996) | Link to Digital Commons

Lawyer Advertising: California's New Rules, [32] In Brief: Official Publication of the Santa Clara County Bar Association 12-14 (Spring 1995)

The Truth About False Memory, 1994 Et Al.: The Magazine of Santa Clara University School of Law 28-29 (Fall 1994)

Forensic Hypnosis: Unanswered Questions, 22 Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 23-24 (1994)

Avoiding Malpractice Liability, 34 American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Newsletter 6 (August 1993)

Think Like A Lawyer: What Does It Mean?, 10 Advocate (University of Santa Clara School of Law) 6 (April 1985)

The Law Revolution and Legal Education, 22 Res Ipsa Loquitur 5-6, 16-17 (Spring 1970)