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Author: Robert J. McCaffrey,Arthur D. Williams,Linda C. Laing,Jerid M. Fisher
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Title: The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Meeting Challenges in the Courtroom (Critical Issues in Neuropsychology)
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Publisher: Springer; 1997 edition (November 30, 1996)
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The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Meeting Challenges in the Courtroom (Critical Issues in Neuropsychology) by Robert J. McCaffrey,Arthur D. Williams,Linda C. Laing,Jerid M. Fisher



Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology. Meeting Challenges in the Courtroom. The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology focuses the awareness of neuropsychologists on the critical areas of forensic practice that should be considered during each phase of a scientific neuropsychological ation. Written by three eminent neuropsychologists and a seasoned attorney, this important book contains practical information and guidelines for conducting valid and reliable forensic neuropsychological examinations that aid the 'trier-of-fact' in both civil and criminal settings

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Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Written by three eminent neuropsychologists and a seasoned attorney, this important book contains practical information and guidelines for conducting valid and reliable forensic neuropsychological examinations that aid the 'trier-of-fact' in both civil and criminal settings. The authors also include vital information to help attorneys evaluate neuropsychological claims put forth by their own or opposing experts. Users who liked this book, also liked. Financing Higher Education.

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Written by three eminent neuropsychologists and a seasoned attorney, this important book contains practical information and guidelines for conducting valid and reliable forensic neuropsychological examinations that aid the 'trier-of-fact' in both civil and criminal settings. Robert J. McCaffrey, Arthur D. Williams, Jerid M. Fisher, Linda C. Laing. Paperback 219 pages.

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November 1998, Volume 120, Issue 11: 12. Rehkopf, Donald, G. J. and Jerid M. Fisher. Neuropsychology in Criminal. In Robert J. Fisher, and Linda. C. Laing (Ed., The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Meeting Challenges in the. Courtroom. New York, NY: Plenum Press. 135 – 151. Sternbergh, Adam. Canadian Business Technology Summer 1996.

Автор: McCaffrey Название: The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology Издательство: Springer Классификация: Психология Судебная медицина Судебная наука Кулинария, еда, напитки и .

The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology focuses the awareness of neuropsychologists on the critical areas of forensic practice that should be considered during each phase of a scientific neuropsychological examination/investigation. Written by three eminent neuropsychologists and a seasoned attorney, this important book contains practical information and guidelines for conducting valid and reliable forensic neuropsychological examinations that aid the 'trier-of-fact' in both civil and criminal settings. The authors also include vital information to help attorneys evaluate neuropsychological claims put forth by their own or opposing experts.