Dixon, J. W., & Dixon, K. E. (2003). GENDER-SPECIFIC CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND THEIR ADMISSIBILITY UNDER THE FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE. American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 27(Summer), 25-55.

The authors examine the use of syndrome evidence in the context of the requirements for scientific evidence under Daubert, discussing the historical context beginning with the venerable Frye doctrine and tracing the requirements through the promulgation of the Federal Rules of Evidence and the elaboration of the requirements in the Daubert trilogy.

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