Martin Theodore Orne
(Listed in Chronological Order)
Orne, M.T. A book review of Dr. H.E. Hammerschlag, Hypnotism and crime. In Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science, 1958, 48(5), 545.
Orne, M.T. A book review of P.J. Reiter, Antisocial or criminal acts and hypnosis: A case study. In Intertnational Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1960, 8, 131-134.
Orne, M. T. Affidavit of Amicus Curiae, Quaglino v. People. U. S. Sup. Ct. No. 77-1288, cert. den. 11/27/78.(Also published in E. Margolin (Chm.), 16th annual defending criminal cases: The rapidly changing practice of criminal law. Vol. 2. New York: Practicing Law Institute, 1978. Pp.831-857. Also excerpted in Orne, M.T. Hypnosis and victim/witness recall. NLADA Briefcase, Winter,1980, 37 (1), 6-12.).
Orne, M. T. The use and misuse of hypnosis in court. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1979, 27, 311-341. (Also published in M. Tonry & N. Morris (Eds.), Crime and justice. Vol. III. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981. Pp.61-104. and in R. Rosner (Ed.), Critical issues in American psychiatry and the law. Vol.2. New York: Plenum Publishing, 1985. Pp.211-245.)
Orne, M.T. Hypnosis and victim/witness recall. NLADA Briefcase, 1980, 37, 6-12.
Orne, M.T. Hypnosis Useful medicine, dangerous in court. U.S. News & World Report, December 12, 1983. (Interview) (Reprint copyright 1984.)
Orne, M. T., Dinges, D. F., & Orne, E. C. On the differential diagnosis of multiple personality in the forensic context. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1984, 32, 118-169.
Orne, M. T., Dinges, D. F., & Orne, E. C. The forensic use of hypnosis. Washington, D. C.: National Institute of Justice Research in Brief, October 1984, 1-5.
Orne, M. T., Soskis, D. A., Dinges, D. F., Orne, E. C., & Tonry, M. H. Hypnotically refreshed testimony: Enhanced memory or tampering with evidence? In National Institute of Justice Issues and Practices in Criminal Justice, January 1985. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice. Pp. 1-62. (Earlier version published as Orne, M. T., Soskis, D. A., Dinges, D. F., & Orne, E. C. Hypnotically induced testimony. In G. L. Wells & E. F. Loftus (Eds.), Eyewitness testimony: Psychological perspectives. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Pp.171-213.)
Orne, M.T., & Dinges, D.F. Hypnosis, forensic use of. In G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of neuroscience. Cambridge, MA: Birkhauser Boston, 1987. Pp. 510-511.
Orne, M. T., Whitehouse, W. G., Dinges, D. F., & Orne, E. C. Reconstructing memory through hypnosis: Forensic and clinical implications. In H. M. Pettinati (Ed.), Hypnosis and memory. New York: Guilford Press, 1988. Pp. 21-63.
Orne, M. T., Whitehouse, W. G., Orne, E. C., Dinges, D. F., & Nadon, R. Commentary on the 1988 Home Office Circular No. 66 The Home Office position on forensic hypnosis: Comments based on the American experience. British Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis, 1989, 6, 38-40.
Orne, M. T., Dinges, D. F., & Orne, E. C. Rock v. Arkansas: Hypnosis, the defendant's privilege. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1990, 38, 250-265.
Perry, C. W., Orne, M. T., London, R. W., & Orne, E. C. Rethinking per se exclusions of hypnotically elicited recall as legal testimony. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1996, 44, 66-81.
Karlin, R. A., & Orne, M. T. Commentary on Borawick v. Shay: Hypnosis, social influence, incestuous child abuse, and satanic ritual abuse: The iatrogenic creation of horrific memories for the remote past. Cultic Studies Journal, 1996, 13, 42-94.
Karlin, R. A., & Orne, M. T. Hypnosis and the iatrogenic creation of memory: On the need for a per se exclusion of testimony based on hypnotically influenced recall. Cultic Studies Journal, 1997, 14, 172-206.
Whitehouse, W. G., Orne, E.C., Dinges, D.F., Bates, B.L., Nadon, R., & Orne, M.T. The cognitive interview: Does it successfully avoid the dangers of forensic hypnosis? The American Journal of Psychology 2005, Vol. 118, No. 2, pp. 213234.