Neuropsychologists are increasingly serving as expert witnesses and consultants in legal proceedings of all kinds. Yet the criminal forensic setting is new terrain for most practitioners, and navigating it requires specialized knowledge and skills. This volume brings together leading neuropsychologists to present the legal and clinical foundations of criminal forensic practice. Authoritative yet accessible, this book is a reference for neuropsychologists who already work in the criminal arena or who are seeking to expand their practice, as well as other mental health practitioners who evaluate criminal defendants. Neuropsychology graduate students, interns, and residents will find it a highly useful text.... one should give the complete IQ test to interpret scaled score differences and identify possible issues of organic brain ... such as the Wide Range Achievement Testa4 (WRAT-4), the Wide Range Achievement TestaExpanded (WRAT-E), anbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Neuropsychology in the Criminal Forensic Setting|
|Author||:||Robert L. Denney, James P. Sullivan|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2008|