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Forensic neuropsychology casebook

Author: Robert L Heilbronner
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Featuring compelling case presentations from experienced neuropsychologists, this unique volume offers a window into the intricacies of conducting forensic assessments and serving as an expert witness. An ideal format for translating science to practice, the casebook yields valuable insights on navigating the twists and turns of the legal system." "The first casebook of its kind, this is a timely and immensely  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Heilbronner
ISBN: 1593851855 9781593851859
OCLC Number: 58647990
Description: xiv, 370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Civil Cases : Adult --
Electrical Injury, or "My Day at the Beach" / Neil H. Pliskin --
Workers' Compensation and Traumatic Brain Injury / Bradley N. Axelrod --
Symptom Validity Testing and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder : Nothing but the Truth / Kristie J. Nies --
Medical Malpractice, or "Up the Nose (and Brain) with an Endoscopic Hose" / Robert L. Heilbronner --
Alleged Traumatic Brain Injury in a Spanish Speaker / Lidia Artiola i Fortuny --
Brain Injury When Chronic Pain Is a Prominent Diagnosis / Michael F. Martelli --
A Rising Star Too Quickly Fades : Mismanagement of Sport-Related Concussion / Mark R. Lovell and Jamie E. Pardini --
Feigned Cognitive Symptoms in Alleged Toxic Exposure : Like Father, Like Son / Kyle Brauer Boone --
An Unexpected Excursion : Sexual Consent Capacity in a Nursing Home Patient with Alzheimer's Disease / Daniel E. Marson and Justin S. Huthwaite --
Part II. Civil Cases : Pediatric --
On the Far Edge of the Last Frontier : The Alaska Experience / Paul L. Craig --
The Evolution of a Forensic Case : A Transition from Treating Clinician to Expert Witness / Lynn Bennett Blackburn --
Childhood Malingering : Faking Neuropsychological Impairment in an 8-Year-Old / George K. Henry --
Lead Astray : The Controversies of Childhood Lead Poisoning / Lisa D. Stanford --
Part III. Criminal Cases --
Boyfriend Busted in Fatal Stabbing / William B. Barr --
Murder in Chicago : Insanity and Tragedy / Robert E. Hanlon and Michael W. Mayfield --
Competence to Confess : A Case of False Confession and a False Friend / James P. Sullivan --
Gambling, Money Laundering, Competency, Sanity, Neuropathology, and Intrigue / Robert L. Denney Part IV. Ask the Experts --
A Dialogue with Jerry J. Sweet --
A Dialogue with Manfred F. Greiffenstein --
A Dialogue with Paul R. Lees-Haley.
Responsibility: edited by Robert L. Heilbronner.
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