This second edition provides a concise, general overview of the forensic assessment process and the issues surrounding Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). New chapters include neuropsychiatric evaluation, the qualifications and credibility of the forensic expert and the admissibility of expert testimony, the most recent court rulings, and neuropsychological rehabilitation issues. It contains outlines, tables, summaries, and forms useful in the forensic assessment process.
Overview of Traumatic Brain Injury: Issues in the Forensic Assessment, G.J. Murrey The Forensic Neurological Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury, D.T. Starzinski The Forensic Neuropsychiatric Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury, R. Granacher The Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation & Report, H.V. Soper and A. MacNeill Horton, Jr. Neuropsychological and Psychological Rehabilitation after TBI, F. Constantinidou Legal Issues in Expert Testimony, D.A. Bronstein The Forensic Examiner as an Expert Witness: What You Need to Know to be a Credible Witness in an Adversarial Setting , J.A. Davis, G.J. Murrey and D.A. Bronstein Appendix A: Model Outline for the Assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Appendix B: Select Issues in the Forensic Assessments of Brain Injury with Key References from the Research Literature Appendix C: Listing of State Courts Using the Federal Rule 702 and/or Daubert Standard Appendix D: Rancho Los Amigos Scale Index