McKinzey, R. K., (1997). The Cross-examination of neuropsychologists: Countering the claim of brain damage. Prosecutor's Brief, 19 (2) 13-20.
Specific sets of questions are provided for the prosecutor who wishes to challenge a defense claim of brain damage that is supported by neuropsychological testing. The questions especially highlight the problems of faking and spurious results. An Appendix is provided to summarize the psychologist's Direct testimony.Article's URL