Clinical Neuropsychology in the Criminal Forensic Setting

Edited by Robert L. Denney and James P. Sullivan

May 28, 2008
ISBN 9781593857219
Price: $75.00
414 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"

1. Constitutional, Judicial, and Practice Foundations of Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology, Robert L. Denney and James P. Sullivan

2. Ethical Issues in Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology, James A. Tyson and James P. Sullivan

3. Admissibility of Neuropsychological Evidence in Criminal Cases: Competency, Insanity, Culpability, and Mitigation, Paul M. Kaufmann

4. Negative Response Bias and Malingering during Neuropsychological Assessment in Criminal Forensic Settings, Robert L. Denney

5. Psychological Evaluation in Miranda Waiver and Confession Cases, I. Bruce Frumkin

6. Evaluation of Competency to Proceed, Bernice A. Marcopulos, Joel E. Morgan, and Robert L. Denney

7. Neuropsychology in the Assessment of Mental State at the Time of the Offense, Kathy F. Yates and Robert L. Denney

8. Neuropsychological Approaches to Criminality and Violence, William B. Barr

9. Neuropsychological Consultation in the Sentencing Phase of Capital Cases, Robert L. Heilbronner and Danielle Waller

10. Neuropsychology in the Juvenile Justice System, Timothy F. Wynkoop

11. Conducting Criminal Forensic Neuropsychological Assessments: Pragmatic Considerations, Stephen Honor and James P. Sullivan

12. Presenting Neuropsychological Findings, Opinions, and Testimony to the Criminal Court, Jerid M. Fisher

13. A Final Word on Authentic Professional Competence in Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology, James P. Sullivan and Robert L. Denney