Sherrill Mulhern

Sherrill Mulhern
Paris Diderot University | UP7

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Introduction
Sherrill Mulhern worked at Paris Diderot University. Sherrill did research in Criminal Law, Medical Anthropology and Cultural Anthropology. Her most recent publication is 'Rejoinder : Which Child will Live or Die in France'. She is now retired.

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Publications (15)
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In 1980, when it was first cataloged as a distinct nosographic entity in the American Psychiatric Association's DSM-III, multiple personality, was described as a severe, albeit rare, psychopathological disorder. However, once it had been sanctioned by medical authority and promoted in the mass- media as an involuntary, defensive response to overwhe...
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During the past decade in North America, a growing number of mental health professionals have reported that between 25% and 50% of their patients in treatment for multiple personality disorder (MPD) have recovered early childhood traumatic memories of ritual torture, incestuous rape, sexual debauchery, sacrificial murder, infanticide, and cannibali...
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Reviews research showing how satanic ritual abuse (SRA) training seminars proposed to mental health professionals between 1987 and 1990 constituted a form of proselytizing. Such presentations were designed to convert clinicians before they began listening to patients to believe in the plausible existence of satanic blood cults. Diagnostic and treat...
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Although incestuous rape is considered to be the most prevalent and most devastating form of child sexual abuse being reported in the United States, a review of the most popular child sexual abuse prevention programs currently being marketed, purportedly for use with very young children, reveals that none of them explicitly deals with the subject....

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