A Workshop for People Born or Raised in Cultic Groups. Kelley McCabe; Lorna Goldberg, MSW; Michael Langone, PhD; Kristen DeVoe, MSW . ICSA E-Newsletter. 6(1), 2007.
Authoritarian Culture and Child Abuse in ISKCON. Nori J. Muster CSR, 3.1, 2004 (4-18)
Born and Raised in Aesthetic Realism – Ann Stamler, MA, MPhil IT, 2.3, 2011 (20-23)
Born into a Doomsday Cult – Andie Redwine, IT , 4.1, 2013 (2-5)
Born or Raised in Closed, High-Demand Groups: Developmental Considerations. Leona Furnari. ICSA E-Newsletter, 4(3), 2005.
Brainwashing and Re-Indoctrination Programs in the Children of God/The Family. Stephen A. Kent, Ph.D. & Deana Hall. CSJ, 17.0, 2000 (56-78)
Child Fatalities from Religion-Motivated Neglect. Seth M. Asser, M.D. & Rita Swan, Ph.D. Cultic Studies Journal, 17, 2000, 1-14.
Child Protection in an Authoritarian Community: Culture Clash and Systemic Weakness. Livia Bardin, MSW. Cultic Studies Review, 4(3), 2005, 233-267.
Childhood Adversity and Neural Development: Deprivation and Threat as Distinct Dimensions of Early Experience - Katie A. McLaughlin, Ph.D.,, Margaret A. Sheridan, Ph.D.,, and Hilary K. Lambert, B.S.
Children and Cults. Michael D. Langone & Gary Eisenberg. In Michael D. Langone (Ed). Recovery From Cults: Help for Victims of Psychological and Spiritual Abuse. Norton, 1993.
Children and Cults: A Practical Guide.Susan Landa. Journal of Family Law, 25(3), 1990-1991.
Cults and Children: The Role of the Psychotherapist. David Halperin, M.D. CSJ, 6.1, 1989 (76-85)
Current Status of Federal Law Concerning Violent Crimes Against Women and Children. Robin Boyle, J.D. Cultic Studies Review, 1(1), 2000, 65-89.
Diana, Leaving the Cult: Play Therapy in Childhood and Talk Therapy in Adolescence. Lorna Goldberg IJCS, 2.0, 2011 (33-43)
Education and Reeducation in Ideological Organizations and Their Implications for Children. Stephen A. Kent, Ph.D. CSR, 4.2, 2005 (119-145)
Generational Revolt by the Adult Children of First-Generation Members of the Children of God/The Family. Stephen A. Kent, Ph.D. CSR, 3.1, 2004 (56-72)
Growing up in the Culture of a Cult. Lorna Goldberg. ICSA Today, 10(3), 2019, 18-21.
House of Judah, the Northeast Kingdom Community, and the Jonestown Problem: Downplaying Child Physical Abuses and Ignoring Serious Evidence - Stephen A. Kent. International Journal of Cultic Studies, 1, 2010, 27-48.
How Children in Cults May Use Emancipation Laws to Free Themselves. Robin A. Boyle. Cultic Studies Journal, 16(1), 1999, 1-32.
Innocent Murderers? Abducted Children in the Lord’s Resistance Army. Terra Manca CSR, 7.2, 2008 (129-166)
Lessons Learned from SGAs About Recovery and Resiliency – Leona Furnari, MSW, LCSW & Rosanne Henry, MA. ICSA Today, 2(3), 2011, 2-9.
Litigating Child Custody with Religious Cults. Ford Greene, Esq. Cultic Studies Journal, 61), 1987, 69-75.
Litigating the Cult-Related Child Custody Case. Randy Francis Kandel, Esq. Cultic Studies Journal, 4(2)/5(1), 1987/88, 122-131.
Mothers In Cults: The Influence of Cults on the Relationship of Mothers to Their Children. Alexandra Stein. CSJ, 14.1, 1997 (40-57)
New Hope for Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse Seeking Justice - Carla DiMare. ICSA Today, 11(2), 2020, 16.
Physical Child Abuse in Sects – Lois Kendall, PhD. ICSA Today, 2(2), 2011.
Prayer-Fee Mandates Removed from Federal Health Care Bills – Rita Swan IT, 1.2, 2010 (18-21)
Psychosocial Evaluation of Suspected Psychological Maltreatment in Children and Adolescents. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. CSJ, 13.2, 1996 (153-170)
Questions and Answers About Memories of Childhood Abuse. American Psychological Association.
Raised in Cultic Groups: The Impact on the Development of Certain Aspects of Character. Lorna Goldberg, MSW. Cultic Studies Review , 5(1), 2006, 1-28.
Recovery for My Children and Myself - Gretchen Ward. ICSA Today, 11(3), 2020, 11-15.
Religious Justifications for Child Sexual Abuse in Cults and Alternative Religions. Stephen A. Kent IJCS, 3.0, 2012 (49-74)
Ritual Child Abuse: Understanding the Controversies. David Lloyd, Esq. CSJ, 8.2, 1991 (122-133)
Ritualistic Abuse of Children: Dynamics and Impact. Susan J. Kelley, R.N., Ph.D. CSJ, 5.2, 1988 (228-236)
Stairway to Heaven: Treating Children in the Crosshairs of Trauma. Bruce Perry, MD, PhD; Maia Szalavitz.
Starting Out in Mainstream America. Livia Bardin.
Task Force Study of Ritual Crime. Michael Maddox, Esq. & the Virginia State Crime Commission. CSJ, 8.2, 1991 (191-250)
The Psychobiology of Trauma and Child Maltreatment. Doni Whitsett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. CSR, 5.3, 2006 (351-373)
Women, Elderly, and Children in Religious Cults. Marcia Rudin. CSJ, 1.1, 1984 (8-26)
Book Review: Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties that Bind (Amy Baker) – Lorna Goldberg; Reviewer CSR, 7.1, 2008 (57-63)
Book Review: Boy Soldiers. (A. Hicklin) – Frank MacHovec; Reviewer CSJ, 16.1, 1999 (80-81)
Book Review: Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child Maltreatment (Janet Heimlich) – Marcia Rudin, Reviewer, IT, 3.1, 2012 (19-20)
Book Review: Cartwheels in a Sari: A memoir of Growing up Cult (Jayanti Tamm) – Marcia Rudin; Reviewer CSR, 8.3, 2009 (306-310)
Book Review: Child of the Cult (Nori Muster) – Joseph Szimhart, Reviewer IT, 4.1, 2013 (13-15)
Book Review: Grandparents’ Rights: What Every Grandparent Needs to Know – Robin Boyle; Reviewer (e-version, no page numbers) - DOUBLE ISSUE VOL. 3.2/3.3 CSR, 2004
Book Review: Help at Any Cost. (Maia Szalavitz) – Steve Eichel; Reviewer CSR, 5.2, 2006 (327-332)
Book Review: In the Name of God: The True Story of the Fight to Save Children from Faith-Healing Homicide - Elmer J. Thiessen, Reviewer IJCS, 5.0, 2014 (70-74)
Book Review: Lost Boy (Brent W. Jeffs with Maia Szalavitz) – Andrea Moore Emmett; Reviewer CSR, 8.3, 2009 (303-305)
Book Review: The Boy Who Was Raised As a Dog and Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrists Notebook: What Traumatized Children Can Teach Us About Loss, Love and Healing (Bruce Perry & Maia Szalavitz) – Doni Whitsett; Reviewer CSR, 6.2, 2007 (204-209)
Book Review: The Religion that Kills: Christian Science, Abuse, Neglect, and Mind Control. (Linda Kramer) – Frank MacHovec; Reviewer CSR, 2.3, 2003 (e-version, no page numbers)
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