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ACPP     Bartholomew, R. E., Basterfield, K. and Howard, G. S. 1988. Abduction States of Consciousness. International UFO Reporter 13(2): 7-9, 15.
ACPP     Bartholomew, R. E., Basterfield, K., and Howard, G. S. 1991. UFO Abductees and Contactees: Psychopathology or Fantasy Proneness? Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 22(3):215-222.
ACPP     Basterfield, Keith, and Bartholomew, R. E. 1988. Abductions: The Fantasy-Prone Hypothesis. International UFO Reporter 13(3): 9-11.
ACPP     Bloecher, Ted, Aphrodite Clamar and Budd Hopkins. 1985. Summary Report on the Psychological Testing of Nine Individuals Reporting UFO Abduction Experiences, In Final Report on the Psychological Testing of UFO "Abductees." Mt. Rainier, Md.: Fund for UFO Research.
ACPP     Bryant, Alice. 1991. Healing Shattered Reality: Understanding Contactee Trauma. Wild Flower Press.
ACPP     Bullard, Thomas Eddie. 1989. Hypnosis and UFO Abductions: A Troubled Relationship. Journal of UFO Studies 1(1): 3-40.
ACPP     Bullard, Thomas Eddie. 1989. Hypnosis No "Truth Serum". UFO 4(4): 34.
ACPP     Bullard, Thomas Eddie. 1989. UFO Abduction Reports: The Supernatural Kidnap Narrative Returns in Technological Guise. Journal of American Folklore 102: 147-170.
ACPP     Bullard, Thomas Eddie. 1992. Folkloric Dimensions of the UFO Phenomenon. Journal of UFO Studies 3: 1-57.
ACPP     Bullard, Thomas Eddie. 1994. Addendum: The Influence of Investigators on UFO Abduction Reports: Results of a Survey. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Carpenter, John S. 1994. Deliberate Suggestions and Paradoxical Tricks. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Carpenter, John S. 1994. Resolution of Phobias from Recall of Abductions. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Clamar, A. 1988. Is it Time for Psychology to Take UFOs Seriously? Psychotherapy in Private Practice 6: 143-149.
ACPP     Clark, S. E. and Loftus, E. F. 1995. The Psychological Pay Dirt of Space Alien Abduction Memories. Contemporary Psychology 40: 861-863.
ACPP     Cone, W. 1994. Research/Therapy Methods Questioned. UFO 9(5): 32-34.
ACPP     Cooper, Vicki. 1988. The Psychology of Abduction. UFO 3(1): 14-18.
ACPP     Cooper, Vicki. 1993. The ‘Common Ground’ of Abduction Support. UFO 8(1): 21-25.
ACPP     Crawford, F. 1993. Controversial Correlations and the Question of Consciousness. Paper presented at Ozark UFO Conference, Eureka Springs, Ark., 2-4 April.
ACPP     Dean, G. 1995. Comparisons of Abduction Study Accounts with Ritual Maltreatment. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Dittburner, T. and Persinger, M. A. 1993. Intensity of Amnesia During Hypnosis is Positively Correlated with Estimated Prevalence of Sexual Abuse and Alien Abductions: Implications for the False Memory Syndrome. Perceptual and Motor Skills 77: 895-898.
ACPP     Druffel, Ann. 1993. Techniques for Resisting Alien Abduction. Fate 46 (November): 75-85.
ACPP     Evans, Hilary. A Postscript to Ring, Rosing, and Baker. Journal of UFO Studies? 151-153.
ACPP     Gotlib, D. A. First, Do No Harm. Journal of UFO Studies 171-176.
ACPP     Grosso, Michael. 1989. UFOs and the Myth of the New Age. In Cyberbiological Studies of the Imaginal Component in the UFO Contact Experience. St. Paul: Archaeus Project.
ACPP     Haines, Richard F. 1979. What Do UFO drawings by Alleged Eyewitnesses and Non-eyewitnesses Have in Common? in UFO Phenomena and the Behavioral Scientist, ed. Jeff Haines, pp. 358-395. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press.
ACPP     Hall, Richard H. 1994. Are UFO Abductions a Universal or a Culturally-dependent Phenomenon? In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Hall, Richard H. 1995. Are Abduction Reports "Mass Hysteria?" In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Jacobson, Eric. 1994. Dissociative Phenomena as a Context for Research and Psychotherapy of Abduction Experiences. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Jacobson, Eric. and Bruno, Joanne. 1994. Narrative Variants and Major Psychiatric Illnesses in Close Encounter and Abduction Narrators; Dissociative Disorders in Abductees; Psychological Profiles of Abductees. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Johnson, Donald A. 1994. Personality Characteristics of UFO Abductees. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Labia, R. L. 1989. Dual Victims: The Abused and the Abducted. International UFO Reporter 14(3): 4-9.
ACPP     Lawson, Alvin H. 1980. Hypnosis of Imaginary UFO ‘Abductees.’ In Curtis G. Fuller, ed. Proceedings of the First International UFO Congress, 195-238. New York: Warner Books.
ACPP     Lawson, Alvin. H. 1977. What Can We Learn from Hypnosis of Imaginary Abductees? In MUFON UFO Symposium Proceedings, 107-135. Seguin, TX: Mutual UFO Network.
ACPP     Lawson, Alvin. H. 1984. Perinatal Imagery in UFO Abduction Reports. The Journal of Psychohistory 12(2): 211-239.
ACPP     Lawson, Alvin. H. and McCall, W. C. 1978. Hypnosis of Imaginary UFO ‘Abductees.’ Paper presented at the August meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.
ACPP     Lynn, S. J. and Pezzo, J. W. 1994. Close Encounters of a Third Kind: Simulated Hypnotic Interviews of Alien Contacts. Paper presented at the August meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
ACPP     Maccabee, Bruce. 1985. Foreword in T. Bloecher, A. Clamar, and B. Hopkins, Final Report on the Psychological Testing of UFO Abductees (pp. i-ii). Mount Ranier, MD: Fund for UFO Research
ACPP     Mack, John E. 1992. Helping Abductees. International UFO Reporter 17(4): 10-15, 20.
ACPP     Mack, John E. 1995. Why the Abduction Phenomenon Cannot Be Explained Psychiatrically. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Melton, J. Gordon. 1994. Religious Reflection on UFO Stories: Contactee to Abductee. In Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference, ed. Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, and Claudia Yapp, Cambridge: North Cambridge Press.
ACPP     Melton, J. Gordon. 1995. The Contactees: A Survey. In James R. Lewis, ed. The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds, 1-13. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
ACPP     Mundy, J. A Psychological Study of Subjects Who Report

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