Selected Publication - Lee Coleman, M.D.

Publications

  • "Prisons: The Crime of Treatment," Psychiatric Opinion, v.2#3, June 1974
  • "Perspectives on the Medical Research of Violence," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, October, 1974. Also reprinted in "Biology, Crime & Ethics, Frank Marsh, Ed. (Anderson & Co.)
  • "The Unholy Alliance: Social Control as Therapy," in The Madness Network News Reader, (San Francisco, Glide Publications, 1974)
  • "Toward the Divorce of Law & Psychiatry," Virginia Law Weekly, v. 27,#10, 1974
  • "Parens-Patriae Treatment: Legal Punishment in Disguise," Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, v.3#2, 1976
  • "Big Brother Knows Best," Psychology Today, November 1976 (coauthored with Trudy Solomon)
  • "Law & Psychiatry: It's a Bad Affair," Law & Liberty, v.3,#4, Spring/Summer, 1977. Also reprinted in Massachusetts Physician, April, 1978.
  • "Problem Kids and Preventive Medicine: The Making of an Odd Couple," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 48(1), January 1978.
  • "Introduction," to The History of Shock Treatment, Leonard Roy Frank, ed. (San Francisco, Leonard Frank, 1978)
  • "Psychosurgery Reborn," Inquiry, February 5, 1979
  • "Lithium: Psychiatric Assault," Hustler, June 1979
  • "Spotlight Interview," Advocacy Now, August, 1979 (interview)
  • "Caution: Psychiatry May Be Hazardous To Your Health," Freedom, October 1979
  • "The Crimes of Psychiatry," Chic, November 1979
  • "Psychiatry in Criminal Trials: Reflections of An Abolitionist," Prosecutors Brief, Jan/Feb 1980
  • "Book Review," of The Powers of Psychiatry by Jonas Robitscher, Journal of Psychiatry & Law, Summer 1980
  • "You'll Thank Us Later: Rationalizing Civil Commitment of the Mentally Disordered," Hamline Law Review, v.4#3, June 1981.
  • "Psychiatry vs. the First Amendment," Freedom, Special Edition, 1982.
  • "New Religions and Deprogramming" Who's Brainwashing Whom?, in Cults, Culture, and the Law, Thomas Robbins, Willia m Shepherd, and James McBride, eds. (Chico, Scholars Press, April 1985)
  • Psychiatry The Faithbreaker, (Sacramento, Printing Dynamics, 1981)
  • "Bar Psychiatrists as Trial Witnesses?", U.S. News & World Report, June 7, 1982 (Interview/Debate with Dr. Bernard Diamond)
  • "The Insanity Defense: Courtroom Madness," Gallery, May 1983
  • "Book Review" of The Crocodile Man, by Andre Mayer & Michael Wheeler, and Violence and the Politics of Research, by Willard Gaylin, Ruth Macklin and Tabitha Powledge, in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, v. 53,#4, October 1983.
  • "New Religions and the Myth of Mind Control," American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, April 1984.
  • "Readers Response (to 'New Religions and the Myth of Mind Control') and Author's Rejoinder, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, October 1984.
  • The Reign of Error: Psychiatry, Authority & Law, (Boston, Beacon Press, 1984)
  • "Using Psychiatry to Fight 'Cults': Three Case Histories," in Scientific Research and New Religions: Divergent Perspectives, Brock Kilbourne, Ed. (Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science, v.2, part 2, October 31, 1985).
  • "Psychiatry in Personal Injury: Exposing the Experts," For The Defense, February 1985.
  • "Introduction," to When Talk Is Not Cheap, by Mandy Aftel and Robin Lakoff, (New York, Warner Books, 1985).
  • "False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse: Have the Experts Been Caught With Their Pants Down?", The Forum, (Journal of the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice), Jan/Feb 1986.
  • "Therapists Are The Real Culprits in Many Child Sexual Abuse Cases," Oakland Tribune, April 24, 1986.
  • "Has a Child Been Molested?" California Lawyer, (July 1986)
  • "Learning From the McMartin Hoax," Issues in Child Abuse Accusations, v.1#2, Spring 1989.
  • "Medical Examinations for Sexual Abuse: Have We Been Misled?," Issues in Child Abuse Accusations, v.1#3, Summer 1989. Also published in modified form in Champion (Journal of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers)
  • "Book Review," of Nursery Crimes, by David Finkelhor and Linda Williams, Issues in Child Abuse Accusations, v. 1, #3, Summer 1989.
  • "False Accusations of Child Sexual Abuse: Psychiatry's Latest Reign of Error," Journal of Mind & Behavior, v.11, 1990.
  • "False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse," Docket (Sacramento County Bar Association), September, 1990. (Coauthored with Patrick Clancy)
  • "False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse: Why is it Happening, What Can We Do?," Criminal Justice (American Bar Association),v.5,#3, Fall 1990. (Coauthored with Patrick Clancy)
  • "Creating 'Memories' of Sexual Abuse," Issues in Child Abuse Accusations, v.4, #4, Fall, 1992.
  • "The Manufacture of Sexual Abuse 'Memories': Psychiatry's Latest Fad," Handbook of Forensic Sexology (James Krivacska and John Money, eds.) Amherst, NY, Prometheus , 1994
  • "Manipulated Medicine: Understanding Sexual Abuse Examinations, The Advocate (Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy, Frankfort, Ky), vol. 18, #3, May 1996
  • “Post Concussion Syndrome: Hold the Concussion,” For The Defense, Defense Research Institute, Chicago, July 1998.
  • "Has A Child Been Molested?”: The Disturbing Facts About Current Methods of Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Accusations (2000, Berkeley Creek Productions, Walnut Creek, Ca)
  • “Electroshock Treatment: Same Old Treatment, Same Old Results,” Journal of Addiction and Mental Health, Feb. 2000