These are four notable sites, managed by academics, documenting scientific research regarding recovered memories:
Dr. Jim Hopper’s website highlights significant scientific research that proves it is not rare for people who were sexually abused in childhood to go for many years, even decades, without having (recognizable or explicit) memories of the abuse.
Dr. Jennifer Freyd’s website highlights notable scientific contributions to memory science; including her own work on recovered memories and Betrayal Trauma theory. The website broadly covers the political context and controversy on the subject.
The leadership council on child abuse and interpersonal violence is a professional organization dedicated to the prevention of childhood abuse. Their page on research addresses frequently asked questions about the recovered memory controversy, and hosts multiple in-depth articles analyzing science supporting recovered memories.
Dr. Ken Pope’s website lists relevant scientific articles, including his own work, on the topic of the recovered memory controversy. He highlights critiques of those who disbelieve in recovered memories.