Clinical Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology An Evidence-Based Approach

ISBN-10: 1462507174
ISBN-13: 9781462507177
Edition: 2013
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 11/13/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 352
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

The Neuropsychological Exam
Disclosure of Test Names Prior to Exam
Payment
Dual Relationships: Expert and Treater
Third-Party Observers
Consent Forms
The Interview
The Testing Process
Assessment of Neurocognitive Symptom Validity
Terminology
Prevalence of Negative Response Bias in Cognitive Testing
How Important Is Response Bias in a Neuropsychological Exam?
Can Negative Response Bias Be Adequately Identified through Interview and/or Standard Cognitive Tests?
Strategies for Identification of Noncredible Performance
Measures of Response Bias
Remaining Strategies for Identifying Noncredible Performance
Assessment of Symptom Validity through Psychological Symptom Overreport Measures
M Test
Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms
Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms-2
Miller Forensic Assessment of Symptoms Test
Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology
Morel Emotional Numbing Test
Assessment of Symptom Validity through Psychodiagnostic and PTSD Symptom Measures
Personality Inventories
Projective Techniques
PTSD Symptom Measures
Test Scoring/Interpretation and the Neuropsychological Report
Test Scoring
Important Aspects of Interpretation and Reporting
Sample Report of a Noncredible Patient
Seven Common Flaws in Forensic Neuropsychological Reports
Failure to Assess Appropriately for Negative Response Bias
Use of Inappropriate Tests or Norms
Failure to Draw Conclusions Consistent with Published Research
Failure to Consider All Possible Etiologies
Overinterpretation of Lowered Scores
Claiming That Low Cognitive Scores Document Brain Injury
Misinterpretation of the MMPI-2/MMPI-2-RF
Conclusions: What to Check for in a Neuropsychological Report
The Special Problem of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation
Neuropsychological Outcome in mTBI
The "Mythic" 10-15% Who Do Not Recover
Determination of Loss of Consciousness
Determination of Anterograde and Retrograde Amnesia
The Concern with Patient Self-Report of Postconcussion Symptoms
Neuroimaging and Neuropathology in mTBI
Persistent Cognitive Abnormalities Used as Evidence of Move Severe Brain Injury
Does Intoxication at the Time of Injury Lead to Worse Cognitive Outcome?
What about the Impact of Older Age on Recovery in mTBI?
What about mTBI in Children/Adolescents?
What about the Impact of Repeated Concussion?
Is There Increased Risk for Dementia after mTBI?
Is there Anosagnosia in mTBI?
Are There Long-Term Psychiatric Symptoms after mTBI?
Relationship between Claimed PTSD and mTBI Symptoms
Are Long-Term Physical Symptoms Associated with mTBI?
Processes and Disorders Accounting for Long-Term Symptom Report in mTBI
Conclusions
Testimony: Protecting Your Data and Conclusions from Attack
Your Qualifications and Practice versus Those of Opposing Experts
Your Examination
Your Conclusions
Maintaining Test Security in the Testimony Process
Closing Comments
References
Index

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