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Disorder of Executive Functions

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ISBN13: 9781878205162
ISBN: 1878205161
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: £161.00

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Forensic Neuropsychology and Claims of Personal Injury-Roland S. Parker The forensic neuropsychologist in the legal setting What phase of litigation is best for involving the neuropsychologist? The neuropsychologist's role as an educator In-depth coverage of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Misleading reports Ethics Trial preparation Criminal-Forensic Neuropsychology of Disorders of Executive Functions-Harold V. Hall Executive functioning and violent response patterns The neuropsychologist's role when working with the plaintiff defense side Legal issues and decision analysis Case and clinical examples Specific tests, assessment and theories Accounting for distortion and deception Violence typologies Linkage of deficits and criminal behavior Neurolinguistic Aspects of Frontal Lobe Deficits-B.L.J. Kaczmarek Frontal lobes and control of verbal behavior Extensive tables, graphs, and examples Neurobehavioral and Neuroimaging Data in the Medical-Legal Context-Ruben C. Gur and Raquel E. Gur Neuroimaging techniques Regional brain function and behavior Method of integrating behavior and neuroimaging data Present limitations of neuroimaging technology Implications for legal practices Chapter 5 Epileptic-Related Executive Dysfunction and Violent Crime-Robert J. Sbordone Epilepsy and its relation to executive dysfunction and violent crimes Research on ictal and interictal violence Demonstrating Relationships Between Natural History, Assessment Results, and Functional Loss in Civil Proceedings-Paul J. Bach Problems of ecological validity Describing natural history of frontal lobe syndromes Linkage of Evaluation and Crime Behavior: Inventory of Defendant Competencies of Self-Control-Harold V. Hall Model for linkage of executive-related deficits and offensive behavior Effective performance during violence sequence Recovery period behaviors Forensic neuropsychological evaluation/judicial considerations Federal rules of evidence applie d to forensic experts Examination and cross-examination Index