4 edition of Forensic neuropsychology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Charles J. Golden and Mary Ann Strider.|
|Series||Nebraska neuropsychology symposia series ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Golden, Charles J., 1949-, Strider, Mary Ann.|
|LC Classifications||RA1147.5 .L87 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||86021176|
The chapter highlights the potential unintended consequences of forensic neuropsychology in terms of focusing public and expert debate on crime at the scale of the brain, gene‐environment interactions, and "situational" factors, at the expense of more structural, socio‐spatial explanations of crime . Forensic Neuropsychology presents in-depth knowledge about brain function and the state-of-the-art techniques for the assessment of brain function in a legal (forensic) context. It also explores how experts successfully or unsuccessfully use this knowledge to defend the notion that “my brain caused me to commit the crime” in criminal and.
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"Overall, Larrabee's Forensic Neuropsychology: A Scientific Approach is an excellent addition to the growing literature available in forensic neuropsychology.
The strength of this text lies in its adherence to Larrabee's initial theme of presenting a scientific approach to forensic neuropsychology/5(4). “The APA Handbook of Forensic Neuropsychology is an authoritative and well-written book that contains a wealth of information for a diverse readership.
The handbook is highly recommended for clinical neuropsychologists who have or will venture into the arena of forensic neuropsychology.” —PsycCRITIQUES.5/5(2). The excellent coverage of many forensic topics continues throughout the book.
Readers will find an abundance of sage advice from experts, as well as information that is securely grounded in the scientific literature and professional position papers or publications.
"Overall, Larrabee's Forensic Neuropsychology: A Scientific Approach is an. The APA Handbook of Forensic Neuropsychology is an authoritative and well-written book that contains a wealth of information for a diverse readership. The handbook is highly recommended for clinical neuropsychologists who have or will venture into the arena of forensic neuropsychology.
—PsycCRITIQUESPages: Both forensic psychology and neuropsychology are effective tools in helping to understand abnormal and normal behavior as it is relative to the legal criminal or civil system. Professionals are often involved in the diagnosis and treatment of victims and criminals that have experienced trauma.
Forensic Neuropsychology: A Scientific Approach provides a useful and effective counterargument, offering (as the book's subtitle indicates) a scientific framework that captures the thinking and tactics of proponents of the flexible approach.
This point of view is most clearly taken in the first 2 chapters, but it is detectable throughout. With increasing frequency neuropsychologists are being asked to serve as experts in court cases where judgements must be made as to the cause of, and prognosis for brain diseases and injuries.
This book describes the application of neuropsychology to legal issues in both the civil and criminal courts. It emphasizes a scientific basis of neuropsychology. Forensic Clinical Neuropsychology involves the application of the practice of diagnosing, assessing, and describing the effects of normal and abnormal brain function and brain injury within civil, criminal and administrative forensic settings.
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This series of webinars is designed as an introduction to forensic neuropsychology, as well as a refresher for those with some experience. The book identifies seven common flaws of forensic neuropsychological reports and shows how to avoid them. Excerpts from testimony transcripts illustrate ways neuropsychologists can protect their reports from attack.
Also featured are case illustrations and a sample report. GET THE BOOK. This book should be considered required reading for forensic clinicians and clinical neuropsychologists.' - Michael F. Martelli, Rehabilitation Neuropsychology Concussion Care Centre, Pinnacle Rehabilitation and Tree of Life, Virginia, in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 'Comprehensive and complete, Sweet's book covers a very complex.
Book Review of Forensic Neuropsychology: Fundamentals and Practice, by Jerry J. Sweet (Ed). Exxton, Pa.: Swets & Zeitlinger; pages, hardcover. In the Preface to the Forensic Neuropsychology Casebook, Robert L. Heilbronner reveals his motivation for editing a book about the experiences of neuropsychologists in the courtroom: like most psychologists, he enjoys a good enthusiasm for using the science of psychology to carve windows into others' experiences, and to get as close to the truth of their stories as possible, is Cited by: Fully and heartily recommended."--Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, "To summarize, this is an amazingly informative book and comes as a boon to all forensic neuropsychologists.
This book should find a place in the shelves of every forensic neuropsychologist- be he a beginner or an expert. Audience: This book is intended for practicing neuropsychologists who may be inexperienced in the specialized field of forensic neuropsychology. It also has been suggested that this book is appropriate for seasoned forensic neuropsychologists.
It certainly would be appropriate for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in neuropsychology Author: Robert L. Heilbronner Phd. The editors organized this revision and expansion of their book's first edition 1 into four broad domains: foundations of neuropsychology, legal and ethics-related concerns, topics related to practice, and special areas and populations.
The stated intent is to address the broadest range of professional interest in forensics for clinicians, adjudicators, educators, and police by: 9. Neuropsychology has become an increasingly active participant in forensie issues over the past decade.
This has been the result of increased recognition by psychologists of the potential role they can play in evaluating patients involved in lawsuits and the increasing sophistication of lawyers who have recognized that damages can go beyond claims of physical and motoric impairment.
Heilbronner is a prolific writer who has edited three books, written multiple book chapters and has over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals to his credit. He is frequently invited to present at national and international conferences on clinical and forensic neuropsychology and traumatic brain injury.
Forensic Psychology & Neuropsychology. Litigating cases involving psychological or neuropsychological dysfunction requires expert consultation. The evaluation of emotional, behavioral and cognitive status is paramount to successfully representing your client.
Forensic neuropsychology is a rapidly evolving subspecialty of clinical neuropsychology that applies neuropsychological principles and practices to matters that pertain to legal decision-making (Hom, Jim. December, ). Stacey Wood is an expert in this rapidly changing field and a key asset in your next case in California.
Dr. He has published more than 20 books and journal special issues, as well as numerous articles, position papers, and book chapters related to geropsychology, neuropsychology, and forensic practice.
Dr. Bush has presented at national and international conferences on topics related to forensic psychology, geropsychology, and neuropsychology.Get this from a library! Forensic neuropsychology casebook. [Robert L Heilbronner;] -- "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.The book, entitled, Clinical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: An Evidence-Based Approach, is a hands-on, evidence-based guide describing how to conduct comprehensive forensic neuropsychological evaluations and provide expert testimony.