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Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology?

By | 2017-05-25T13:35:30+00:00 December 16th, 2015|concussion, criminal forensic neuropsychology, forensic neuropsychologist, forensic neuropsychologist Charlotte NC, forensic neuropsychology|

How Can Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology Be of Assistance in Legal Proceedings? Forensic neuropsychologists' contributions can be critical in assisting the trier of fact in terms of the neuropsychologist's knowledge of cognitive functions, brain-behavior, relationships, psychometric data, knowledge of  cognitive and behavioral expressions of syndromes, psychopathology, and symptom exaggeration.  In the field of criminal forensic neuropsychology, [...]

Psychologists and the Court System: Forensic Psychology

By | 2017-05-25T13:35:32+00:00 September 12th, 2015|criminal forensic neuropsychology, forensic psychologist, forensic psychology, Uncategorized|

Psychologists who practice forensic psychology are well positioned to provide psychological expertise to the judicial system for those involved in civil litigation (e.g., personal injury suits, workers compensation, civil commitment, child custody determination) or those involved in criminal and delinquency proceedings (e.g., sanity at the time of the offense, competency to stand trial, waiver of [...]

Should My Client Get Functional Neuroimaging?: The Forensic Neuropsychologist – Attorney Dialogue

By | 2017-05-25T13:35:32+00:00 July 18th, 2015|criminal forensic neuropsychology, forensic neuropsychologist, forensic neuropsychologist Charlotte NC, forensic neuropsychology, IME neuropsychologist Charlotte NC, neuropsychologist, neuropsychologist in Charlotte, traumatic brain injury|

Should My Client Get Functional Neuroimaging?:  The Forensic Neuropsychologist - Attorney Dialogue Questions abound regarding the role of neuroimaging in the courtroom and its relationship to neuropsychological testing, behavioral disturbance, and day to day functioning.  There have been recent advances in neuroimaging, resulting in functional neuroimaging methods such as SPECT, PET, QEEG, MEG, DTI, and [...]

Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology in the Courtroom

By | 2017-05-25T13:35:33+00:00 June 20th, 2015|criminal forensic neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury|

Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology in the Courtroom:  Criminal Cases Whether you are assisting the plaintiff or the defense in cases where traumatic brain injury (TBI) is claimed, it is important to be aware of the issues that may be raised in the courtroom as you prepare.  From a criminal forensic neuropsychology standpoint, some of these issues [...]