Spectral Evidence: The Ramona Case: Incest, Memory, and Truth on Trial in Napa Valley

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Adams, Cliff, 73, 140, 153
Allred, Gloria, 380
Baldwin, Dr., 66-67
Balzer, Robert, 44
Barden, Christopher R., 381
Bass, Ellen, 82, 292
Berlin, Dr. Fred, 206
Biever, Margrit, 24, 42, 51-54, 56, 61-62, 64, 67, 71-73, 124, 137, 140, 151, 153, 180, 205, 270, 271, 374, 395
Bikel, Ofra, 384
Birch, Leann, 58
Boggs, Sarah, 268
Braun, Bennett, 158
Bray, Petra, 128
Breuer, Josef, 222
Briere, John, 158, 192, 224, 227-28, 257, 387
Bruck, Maggie, 304
Butler, Katy, 283
Callanan, Kathleen, 168-69, 170
Calof, David, 224, 386
Carson, Pierce, 166
Carver, John, 240-41, 249, 282, 292, 373
Caviness, Charles, 282, 283
Ceci, Stephen J., 227, 273, 304-5, 388
Chandler, Sharon, 239, 251-52, 254, 271, 310, 313, 318, 334
Clark, Beth, 238, 239, 308, 314, 335, 353, 360-62, 365-69, 397
Collier, Jack, 282, 283
Collier, Pat, 282
Cook, Marcellous, 239, 253, 277, 285, 306, 345, 349, 359-69, 396-97
Coppola, Eleanor, 180
Courtney, Kevin, 272
Courtois, Christine, 117, 224
Crews, Frederick, 3, 381, 387
Culhane, Dara, 116
Curtis, Diane, 369
David, Deborah, 241, 282, 291-92
Davis, Laura, 82, 291-92
Dietz, Dr. Park Elliot, 190, 193-94, 210, 211, 256-57, 259, 342
Dodds, Marian, 240, 263, 340, 366, 372
Dudum, Tom, 239, 245, 259, 283, 306, 320, 325, 336, 360, 362-73
Epstein, Dr. Leon, 277
Evans, Anne, 336
Evans, Greg, 65, 135-36, 140, 153, 336
Evans, Mickey, 17, 19
Evans, Peggy, 111-12
Evans, Scott, 17, 19, 21, 36, 37, 111, 133, 180, 197, 292, 374, 377
Fershko, Vic, 88, 97
Flaherty, Kristina Horton, 312, 363
Fontana, Larry, 276, 288, 369-72
Fort, Gisella, 239
Franklin, Cherese, 382
Franklin, Eileen. See Lipsker, Eileen
Franklin, George, 155, 158, 193, 259, 342, 347, 376, 379, 380, 384, 386, 394
Franzia, Fred, 41, 395
Fraser, Sylvia, 158
Fredrickson, Renee, 158
Fretz, Donald R., 173, 175, 177, 190
Freud, Sigmund, 7, 156, 163, 213, 222, 223, 280, 350, 376, 387, 388
Freyd, Pamela, 200, 383, 384

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