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BAZELON, DAVID. Questioning Authority: Justice and Criminal Law. New York: Knopf, 1988.

BONNIE, RICHARD. "The Moral Basis of the Insanity Defense." American Bar Association Journal 69 (1983): 194–197.

CALLAHAN, LISA; MAYER, CONNIE; and STEADMAN, HENRY. "Insanity Defense Reform in the United States—Post-Hinckley." Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter 11 (1987): 54–59.

CALLAHAN, LISA; MCGREEVY, MARGARET; ROBBINS, PAMELA; and STEADMAN, HENRY. "The Volume and Characteristics of Insanity Defense Pleas: An Eight-State Study." Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law 19 (1991): 331–338.

CAPLAN, LINCOLN. The Insanity Defense and the Trial of John W. Hinckley, Jr. Boston: Godine, 1984.

DRESSLER, JOSHUA. "Justifications and Excuses: A Brief Review of the Concepts and the Literature." Wayne Law Review 33 (1987): 1155–1175.

——. Understanding Criminal Law. 2d ed. New York: Matthew Bender, 1995.

Federal Rule of Evidence 704(b).

FENTIMAN, LINDA. "'Guilty But Mentally Ill': The Real Verdict is Guilty." Boston College Law Review 12 (1985): 601–653.

FINGUETTE, HERMAN. The Meaning of Criminal Insanity. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972.

GOLDING, STEPHEN, et al. "The Assessment, Treatment, and Community Outcome of Insanity Acquittees." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 13 (1989): 281–307.

GOLDSTEIN, ABRAHAM. The Insanity Defense. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1967.

Insanity Defense Reform Act 1988. 18 U.S.C. § 17.

MICKENBERG, IRA. "A Pleasant Surprise: The Guilty But Mentally Ill Verdict Has Succeeded in Its Own Right and Successfully Preserved the Insanity Defense." University of Cincinnati Law Review 55 (1987): 943–996.

Model Penal Code. 1955 (tentative draft No. 4) § 4.01.

MOORE, MICHAEL S. Law and Psychiatry: Rethinking the Relationship. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.

——. Placing Blame: A General Theory of the Criminal Law. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1997.

MORRIS, NORVAL. Madness and the Criminal Law. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982.

MORSE, STEPHEN. "Excusing the Crazy: The Insanity Defense Reconsidered." Southern California Law Review 58 (1985): 777–836.

PASEWARK, RICHARD, et al. "Successful and Unsuccessful Insanity Plea Defendants in Colorado." Journal of Psychiatry and Law 15 (1987): 55–71.

PERLIN, MICHAEL L. Mental Disability Law: Civil and Criminal. Charlottesville, Va.: The Michie Company, 1989. Supplemented yearly.

——. "Unpacking the Myths: The Symbolism Mythology of the Insanity Defense." Case Western Reserve Law Review 40 (1989–1990): 599–731.

——. "Psychodynamics and the Insanity Defense: 'Ordinary Common Sense' and Heuristic Reasoning." Nebraska Law Review 69 (1990): 3–70.

——. The Jurisprudence of the Insanity Defense. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1994.

——. "The Insanity Defense: Deconstructing the Myths and Reconstructing the Jurisprudence." In Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder. Edited by Bruce D. Sales and Daniel W. Shuman. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole, 1996. Pages 341–359.

——. "'The Borderline Which Separated You From Me': The Insanity Defense, the Authoritarian Spirit, the Fear of Faking, and the Culture of Punishment." Iowa Law Review 82 (1997): 1375–1426.

——. "'Big Ideas, Images, and Distorted Facts': The Insanity Defense, Genetics, and the 'Political World."' In Genetics and Criminality: The Potential Misuse of Scientific Information in Court. Edited by Jeffrey R. Botkin, William M. McMahon, and Leslie Pickering Francis. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1999.

PLATT, ANTHONY, and DIAMOND, BERNARD. "The Origins of the 'Right and Wrong' Test of Criminal Responsibility and Its Subsequent Development in the United States: An Historical Survey." California Law Review 54 (1966): 1227–1260.

RAY, ISAAC. Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity, 3d ed. Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown, 1853.

RODRIGUEZ, JOSEPH, et al. "The Insanity Defense Under Siege: Legislative Assaults and Legal Rejoinders." Rutgers Law Journal 14 (1983): 397–430.

ROTH, LOREN. "Preserve but Limit the Insanity Defense." Psychiatric Quarterly 58 (1986–1987): 91–105.

SCOTT, DEBORAH C., et al. "Monitoring Insanity Acquittees: Connecticut's Psychiatric Security Review Board." Hospital and Community Psychiatry 41 (1990): 980–984.

SLOBOGIN, CHRISTOPHER. "The Guilty But Mentally Ill Verdict: An Idea Whose Time Should Not Have Come." George Washington Law Review 53 (1985): 494–527.

STEADMAN, HENRY. Reforming the Insanity Defense: An Evaluation of Pre-and Post-Hinckley Reforms. New York: Guilford, 1993.

STEADMAN, HENRY, et al. "Factors Associated with a Successful Insanity Plea." Archives of General Psychiatry 35 (1983): 773–782.

STEADMAN, HENRY, et al. "Maintenance of an Insanity Defense Under Montana's 'Abolition' of the Insanity Defense." American Journal of Psychiatry 146 (1989): 357–360.

WEXLER, DAVID. "An Offense-Victim Approach to Insanity Defense Reform." Arizona Law Review 26 (1984): 16–25.

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