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Forensic Mental Health Assessment: A Casebook

Kirk Heilbrun, Geoffrey R. Marczyk, David DeMatteo - Medical - 2002 - 525 pages
This practical and comprehensive casebook illustrates principles of forensic assessment using relevant real-world case material. The author's report and commentary povide ...
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Getting Started in Forensic Psychology Practice: How to Create a Forensic ...

Eric G. Mart - Psychology - 2006 - 352 pages
All the tips and tools you need to start, grow, and sustain a successful forensic psychology practice Getting Started in Forensic Psychology Practice is the first book of its ...
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Forensic Psychology: From Classroom to Courtroom

Brent Van Dorsten - Law - 2002 - 318 pages
Psychological data have now become central in many areas of legal practice including criminal, health care, and child custody domains. Unfortunately, the professional and ...
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Evaluation for Personal Injury Claims

Andrew W. Kane, Joel A. Dvoskin - Medical - 2011 - 262 pages
Forensic mental health assessment (FMHA) has grown into a specialization informed by research and professional guidelines. This series presents up-to-date information on the ...
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Confronting mental health evidence: a practical guide to reliability and ...

John A. Zervopoulos, American Bar Association. Section of Family Law - Law - 2008 - 206 pages
How do you know what you say you know? That's the key question family law professionals must ask when evaluating the reports and testimony of mental health professionals, their ...
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The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Forensic Psychiatry

Robert I. Simon, Liza H. Gold - Medical - 2004 - 597 pages
General clinicians conduct most forensic psychiatric examinations and provide most psychiatric testimony. Yet these clinicians often receive little or no training in forensic ...
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Ethical practice in forensic psychology: a systematic model for decision making

Shane S. Bush, Mary A. Connell, Robert L. Denney - Psychology - 2006 - 196 pages
"While most psychologists working in forensic contexts aspire to practice in a manner consistent with the highest ideals of ethical practice, they face numerous and complex ...
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