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A judge ‘s introduction to neuropsychological assessment McKinzey 2001 5/12/02
The Cross-examination
of neuropsychologists:
Countering the claim of brain damage McKinzey 1997 5/12/02
Detection of Malingering on the Raven Progressive Matrices: A Cross-validation McKinzey, Podd, Krehbiel, & Raven 1999 5/12/02
Problems of the Comprehensive System for the Rorschach in Forensic Settings: Recent Developments Wood, Nezworski, Stejskal, & McKinzey 2001 5/12/02
Challenging a flexible neuropsychological battery under Kelly/Frye: A case study McKinzey & Ziegler 1999 6/8/02
The Ethical Confrontation of the Unethical Forensic Colleague Brodsky & McKinzey 2002 6/10/02
The Scientific Status of Projective Techniques Lilienfeld, Wood, & Garb 2000 7/7/02
Scoring accuracy using the Comprehensive System for the Rorschach Guarnaccia, Dill, Sabatino, & Southwick 2001 7/8/02
An examination of interrater reliability for scoring the Rorschach comprehensive system in eight data sets Meyer, Hilsenroth, Baxter, Exner, Fowler, Piers, & Resnick 2002 7/8/02
The efficacy of group treatment in sexually abused girls McGain & McKinzey 1995 8/2/02
Detection of malingering on the Halstead-Reitan Battery: A Cross-validation McKinzey & Russell 1997 8/2/02 9/20/03
Detection of malingering on the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery: An initial and cross-validation McKinzey, Podd, Krehbiel, Mensch, & Trombka 1997 8/2/02
Performance of normal adults on the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery, Form I McKinzey, Roecker, Puente, & Rogers 1998 8/2/02
Detection Of Malingering Through The Use Of Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices Andrade, Tharakaran, & Chari 2001 8/2/02
Performance of normal adults on the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery, Form I McKinzey, Roecker, Puente, & Rogers 1998 8/2/02
In defense of the Halstead Reitan Battery: A critique of Lezak’s review. Russell 1998 8/2/02
Guidelines for Psychologists Who Receive a Subpoena for Their Records Annon 1997 9/3/02
Masquerades of Brain Injury. Part I: Chronic pain and traumatic brain injury Martelli, Zasler, Nicholson, & Hart 2001 10/14/02
Masquerades of Brain Injury. Part II: Response Bias in Medicolegal Examinees and Examiners Martelli, Zasler, Hart, Nicholson, & Heilbronner 2001 10/14/02
Masquerades of Brain Injury. Part III: Critical Examination of Symptom Validity Testing and Diagnostic Realities in Assessment Martelli, Zasler, Nicholson, Hart, & Heilbronner, 2002 10/14/02
Masquerades of Brain Injury. Part IV: Functional Disorders Heilbronner, Martelli, Nicholson, & Zasler 2002 10/14/02
Masquerades of brain injury Part V: Pre-injury factors affecting disability following traumatic brain injury Martelli, Bender, Nicholson, & Zasler 2002 4/1/03
Using the binomial distribution to assess effort: Forced-choice testing in neuropsychological settings Colby 2001 11/22/02
Why I do not attend case conferences Meehl 1973 12/15/02
Feigning does not equal malingering: A case study DeClue 2002 1/26/03
Hannibal Lecter: The honey in the lion’s mouth Gregory 2002 2/2/03
Book review of two books: 1) Remaking Relapse Prevention with Sex Offenders: A Source Book & 2) Practice Standards and Guidelines for Members of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) DeClue 2002 2/9/03
The psychometric status of the flexible battery
Russell & Russell 2002 2/10/03
Sexual Offender Risk Assessment Methods and Admissibility as Expert Witness Evidence Sachsenmaier & Peters 2002 2/21/03
The hard science of Rorschach research: What do we know and where do we go? Meyer & Archer 2001 2/22/03
Empirical support for interrater reliability of Rorschach comprehensive system coding Viglione & Taylor 2003 2/2203
Comparative accuracy of the MMPI-2 and the MMPI-A in the diagnosis of psychopathology in 18-year-olds Osberg & Poland 2002 2/23/03
The best interests of the village children DeClue 2002 3/7/03
Suggestibility of the child witness: A historical review and synthesis Ceci & Bruck 1993 3/7/03
Forced-choice: Are forensic interviewers asking the right questions? Peterson & Grant 2001 3/10/03
Amicus brief for the case of State of New Jersey v. Michaels presented by Commitee of Concerned Social Scientists Bruck & Ceci 1995 3/21/03
Have we forgotten the base rate problem? Methodological issues in the detection of distortion Rosenfeld, Sands, & Van Gorp 2000 3/29/03
Detecting malingering in head injury litigation with the Word Memory Test Green, Iverson, & Allen 1999 4/5/03
Effort has a greater effect on test scores than severe brain injury in compensation claimants Green, Rohling, Lees-Haley, & Allen 2001 4/5/03
The longitudinal course of borderline psychopathology: 6-year prospective follow-up of the phenomenology of borderline personality disorder Zanarini, Frankenburg, Hennen, & Silk 2003 4/23/03
Identification of malingered head injury on the WAIS-R Mittenberg, Theroux-Fichera, Zielinski, & Heilbronner 1995 5/3/03
Identification of malingered head injury on the WAIS-3 Mittenberg,Theroux, Aguila-Puentes, Bianchini, Greve, & Rayls 2001 5/3/03
Detection of children’s malingering on Raven’s Standard Progressive Matrices McKinzey, Prieler, & Raven 2003 5/17/03
Avoiding garbage in sex offender re-offense risk assessment: A case study DeClue 2002 5/18/03
Trail Making Test A & B: Normative data stratified by age & education Tombaugh 2004 6/16/03
Detecting malingered performance on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale: Validation of Mittenberg’s approach in traumatic injury Greve, Bianchini, Mathias, Houston, & Crouch 2003 6/16/03
Detecting malingering on the WAIS-III: Unusual Digit Span performance patterns in the normal population and in clinical groups Iverson & Tulsky 2003 6/16/03
The critique of the HRNES in the Handbook of Normative Data for Neuropsychological Assessment Russell 2003 6/16/03
Multivariate analyses of the profile stability of intelligence tests: High for IQs, low to very low for subtest analyses Livingston, Jennings, Reynolds, & Gray 2003 6/16/03
Detecting neuropsychological malingering: Effects of coaching and information Dunn, Shear, Howe, & Ris 2003 6/26/03
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR): Information processing in the treatment of trauma Shapiro & Maxfield 2002 6/27/03
The discovery of chemical neurotransmitters Valenstein 2002 6/27/03
Compliance with recommendations to remove firearms in families participating in a clinical trial for adolescent depression Brent, Baugher, Birmaher, Kolko, & Bridge 2000 6/29/03
Who supports the Troops? Vietnam, the Gulf War, and the making of collective memory Beamish, Molotch, & Flacks 1995 7/1/03
Prediction of first ballot mock jury votes by the Analytic Juror Rater Pettigrew & Unglesby 2003 7/9/03
Post Hoc Reasoning in Possible Cases of Child Sexual Abuse: Symptoms of Inconclusive Origins Sbraga & O’Donohue 2003 10/19/03
Scientific Expert Testimony in CSA Cases: Legal, Ethical, and Scientific Considerations Gratz & Orsillo 2003 10/19/03
Faith In The Model And Resistance To Research Hagen 2003 10/19/03
Post Hoc Reasoning in Possible Cases of Child Sexual Abuse: Just Say No Resick 2003 10/19/03
An Elaboration on Causation and Positive Cases in Child Sexual Abuse Rind 2003 10/19/03
CSA Will Not Be Prosecuted Scientifically: A Comment on Sbraga and O’Donohue Spiers 2003 10/19/03
Expert Opinion on Child Sexual Abuse: Separating Myths from Reality Wolfe 2003 10/19/03
The Test of Memory Malingering: Normative data for cognitively intact, cognitively impaired, and elderly patients with dementia Teichner & Wagner 2004 10/20/03
A comparison of WMT, CARB, and TOMM failure rates Gervais, Rohling, Green, & Ford 2004 10/20/03
What tests are acceptable for use in forensic evaluations? A survey of experts Lally 2003 10/28/03
How’d they do it? Malingering strategies on symptom validity tests Tan, Slick, Strauss, & Hultsch 2002 11/1/03
The Flynn Effect and U.S. Policies: The Impact of Rising IQ Scores on American Society Via Mental Retardation Diagnoses Kanaya, Scullin,& Ceci 2003 11/4/03
Using human figure drawing to elicit information from alleged victims of child sexual abuse Aldridge, Lamb, Sternberg, Orbach, Esplin, & Bowler 2004 11/4/03
The psychiatric protection order for the “battered mental patient” Szasz 2003 12/20/03
Normative sexual behavior in children: A contemporary sample Friedrich, Fisher, Broughton, Houston, & Shafran 1998 1/23/04
How Fabrications Differ from a Lie (A review of Der Fall Freud: Die Geburt der Psychoanalyse aus der Lüge by Han Israëls trans. Gerd Busse) Borch-Jacobsen 2000 1/23/04
On wearing two hats: Role conflict in serving as both psychotherapist and expert witness Strasburger, Gutheil, & Brodsky 1997 3/15/04
Twenty Ways and More of Diagnosing Brain Damage When There Is None Russell & Russell 2003 3/17/04
Toward a two-stage model for assessing adjudicative competence DeClue 2003 4/3/04
The past and future of U.S. prison policy: Twenty-five years after the Stanford Prison Experiment. Haney & Zimbardo 1998 5/5/04
Ganser Symptoms in a Case of Frontal-Temporal Lobe Dementia: Is There a Common Neural Substrate? Ladowsky-Brooks & Fischer 2003 5/5/04
About the power for detecting severe impairment in older adults with the Faces test from Wechsler Memory Scale-III: Simply guess and save face. Levy 2003 5/5/04
The operating characteristics of the major HRNES-R measures Russell 2004 5/12/04
Performance profiles and cut-off scores on the Memory Assessment Scales O’Bryant, Duff, Fisher, & McCaffrey 2004 5/12/04
Detecting malingering: a survey of experts’ practices Slick, Tan, Strauss, & Hultsch 2004 5/12/04
Comparative efficacy, speed, and adverse effects of three PTSD treatments: Exposure therapy, EMDR, and relaxation training Taylor, Thordarson, Maxfield, Fedoroff, Lovell, & Ogrodniczuk 2003 5/24/04
Age- and Education-Corrected Independent Normative Data for the RBANS in a Community Dwelling Elderly Sample Duff, Patton, Schoenberg, Mold, Scott & Adams 2003 7/12/04
Age and educational influences on RBANS index scores in a nondemented geriatric sample Gontkovsky, Mold, & Beatty 2002 7/12/04
Risk evaluations for the courts: Is service quality a function of specialization? Tolman & Mullendore 2003 1/25/05
Peo v Sup Ct of Tulare Co (Vidal, real party in interest) CA 5th App. Ct. 2004 6/23/05
Peo v Sup Ct of Tulare Co (Vidal, real party in interest) Ca Supreme Ct 2007 5/30/07
In re Anderson Hawthorne, Jr. CA Supreme Ct. 2005 2/23/05
A Validation of the Test of Memory Malingering in a Forensic Psychiatric Setting Weinborn, Orr, Woods, Conover, & Feix 2003 3/23/05
Improving decision making in forensic child sexual abuse
evaluations Herman 2005 4/16/05
Analysis of the personality of Adolph Hitler Murray 1943 4/28/05
Clinical Practice Strategies Outside The Realm Of Managed Care Walfish 2001 4/28/05
Childhood animal cruelty and interpersonal violence Miller 2001 5/6/05
Enhancing accuracy in observational test scoring: The Comprehensive System as a case example McGrath 2003 5/8/03
Scoring reliability on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Third Edition (WAIS-III) Ryan & Schnakenberg-Ott 2003 5/8/05
Compulsive Hoarding: Current Status of the Research Steketee & Frost 2003 5/9/05
Legal and psychological implications in the assessment of sexual consent in the cognitively impaired population Kennedy 2003 5/9/05
The relevance of attachment theory to the philosophy, organization, and practice of adult mental health care Goodwin 2003 5/10/03
Detection of feigned mental disorders: A meta-analysis of the MMPI-2 and malingering Rogers, Sewell, Martin, & Vitacco 2003 5/10/05
On the Psychology of Confessions: Does Innocence Put Innocents at Risk? Kassin 2005 5/18/05
The Thirty Minute Voir Dire: Applying Jury Research and Psychometrics Rubenzer submitted 7/2/05
Malingering Psychiatric Disorders and Cognitive Impairment In Personal Injury Settings Rubenzer 2005 7/2/05
The Psychometrics and Science of the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests Rubenzer 2003 7/2/05
Analog validation of German-language symptom validity tests and the influence of coaching Merten, Green, Henry, Blaskewitz, & Brockhais 2005 7/18/05
Performance of forensic and non-forensic adult psychiatric inpatients on the Test of Memory Malingering Gierok, Dickson, & Cole 2005 7/18/05
The fundamental psychometric status of neuropsychological batteries Russell, Russell, & Hill 2005 7/18/05
The Memory Assessment Scales in the Detection of Incomplete Effort in Mild Head Injury. Ross, Krukowski, Putnam, & Adams 2003 7/27/05
Evaluating effort with the Word Memory Test and Category Test–or not: Inconsistencies in a compensation-seeking sample Williamson, Green, Allen, & Rohling 2003 9/8/05
Avoiding Garbage 2: Assessment of Risk for Sexual Violence after Long-term Treatment DeClue 2005 11/14/05
A consideration of challenges to psychological assessment instruments used in forensic settings: Rorschach as exemplar Hilsenroth & Stricker 2004 11/28/05
Roots of the Rorschach controversy Garb, Wood, Lilienfeld, & Nezworski 2005 11/28/05
Civil Commitment Without Psychosis: The Law’s Reliance on the Weakest Links in Psychodiagnosis Zander 2005 12/21/05
Drugs, Alcohol and the Insanity Defense: The Debate Over “Settled” Insanity Carter-Yamauchi 1998 12/21/05
Clinical and Forensic Issues Regarding Age, Education, and the Validity of Neuropsychological Test Results Reitan 2004 12/21/05
Psychological Consultation in Cases involving Interrogations and Confessions DeClue 2005 2/15/06
Reliable Digit Span is Unaffected by Laboratory-Induced Pain: Implications for Clinical Use Etherton, Bianchini, Ciota, & Greve 2005 3/3/06
The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: Report of a 25-Year Study Wallerstein & Lewis 2004 3/3/06
What I Have Learned about Assessing People Who Have Been Convicted of Sex Offenses from the Presidents of the United States of America DeClue 2006 3/12/06
Neural evidence that vivid imagining can lead to false remembering Gonsalves, Reber, Gitelman, Parrish, Mesulam, & Paller 2004 3/22/06
How to Estimate and Interpret Various Effect Sizes Vacha-Haase & Thompson 2004 3/22/06
Assessment Instruments measuring malingering used with individuals who have mental retardation: Potential problems and issues Hurley & Deal 2006 4/17/06
Hidden Brain Damage Scale Wegner 1979 6/19/06
Diagnostic Criteria for Postconcussional Syndrome After Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury Boake, McCauley, Levin, Pedroza, Contant, Song, et al 2005 6/30/06
Baxter v Temple Merrimack Co. Sup. Ct. 2005 7/11/06
The International Journal of Forensic Mental Health International Asociation of Forensic Mental Health Services 2002-current 8/12/06
Cognitive functioning and postconcussive symptoms in trauma patients with and without mild TBI Landre, Poppe, Davis, Schmaus, & Hobbs 2006 8/24/06
A Survey of Psychological Test Use Patterns Among Forensic Psychologists Archer, Buffington-Vollum, Stredny, & Handel 2006 2/12/07
Practice standards and guidelines for the evaluation, treatment, and management of sexual abusers: Bamboozle no more DeClue 2006 2/12/06
Word Memory Test failure 23 times higher in mild brain brain injury than in parents seeking custody: The power of external incentives Flaro, Green, & Robertson 2007 4/4/07
Performance of mentally retarded forensic patients on the Test of Memory Malingering Simon 2007 5/19/07
Paraphilia NOS (nonconsenting) and Antisocial Personality Disorder DeClue 2006 8/5/07
The misperception of psychopathology: Problems with norms of the Comprehensive System for the Rorschach Wood, Nezworski, Garb, & Lilienfeld 2001 10/4/07
Problems with the norms of the Comprehensive System for the Rorschach: Methodological and conceptual considerations Wood, Nezworski, Garb, & Lilienfeld 2001 10/4/07
The comprehensive system for the Rorschach: A critical examination Wood, Nezworski, & Stejskal 1996 10/4/07
The Controversy Over Exner’s Comprehensive System for the Rorschach: The Critics Speak Wood, Nezworski, Garb, & Lilienfeld 2006 10/8/07
Symptom Exaggeration by College Adults in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning Disorder Assessments Sullivan, May, & Galbally 2007 10/8/07
Correlates of invalid neuropsychological test performance after traumatic brain injury Donders, J., & Boonstra 2007 10/23/07
Discordance between WMS-III Word Lists Sub test and RAVLT Scores in Older Patients: Four Case Examples Wen & Boone 2006 11/21/07
The utility of the PAI and the MMPI-2 for discriminating PTSD, depression, and social phobia in trauma-exposed college students McDevitt-Murphy, Weathers, Flood, Eakin, & Benson 2007 12/19/07
The use of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing in the treatment of psychogenic seizures Chemali & Meadows 2004 12/19/07
MRI volumetric correlates of white matter lesions in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease. Barber, Gholkar, Scheltens, Ballard, McKeith, & O’Brian 2000 12/19/07
Strategies for Private Practitioners Coping With Subpoenas or Compelled Testimony for Client Records or Test Data Committee on Legal Issues 2006 12/19/07
Identification of Feigned Mental Retardation Using the New Generation of Malingering Detection Instruments: Preliminary Findings Graue, Berry, Clark, Soliman, Cardi, Hopkins, et al 2007 1/2/08
The performance of individuals with mental retardation on cognitive tests assessing effort and motivation Marshall & Happe 2007 1/2/08
The CSI Effect: Reflections from police and forensic investigators. Stinson, Patry, & Smith 2007 1/8/08
But what is the CSI Effect? How crime dramas influence people’s beliefs about forensic evidence Smith, Patry, & Stinson 2007 1/8/08
The Reality of the CSI Effect Patry, Stinson, & Smtih 2008 1/8/08
Malingering on the Personality Assessment Inventory: Identification of specific feigned disorders Hopwood, Morey, Rogers, & Sewell 2007 4/29/08
Detection of malingering in psychiatric unit and general population prison inmates: A comparison of the PAI, SIMS, and SIRS Edens, Poythress, & Watkins-Clay 2007 5/5/08
Commentary on Butcher, Arbisi, Atlis, and McNulty (2003) on the Fake Bad Scale Lees-Haley & Fox 2004 5/5/08
Response to Butcher et al., The construct validity of the Lees-Haley Fake-Bad Scale Greve & Bianchini 2004 5/5/08
Can the MMPI-2 validity scales detect depression feigned by experts? Bagby, Nicholson, Buis, & Bacchiochi 2000 3/11/08
The construct validity of the Lees-Haley Fake Bad Scale Butcher, Arbisi, Atlis, & McNulty 2003 3/11/08
Detection of feigned head injury symptoms on the MMPI-2 in head injured patients and community controls Dearth, Berry, Vickery, Vagnini, Baser, Orey, & Cragar 2005 6/27/04
Failure of the FBS to predict malingering of somatic symptoms: Response to critiques by Greve and Bianchini and Lees Haley and Fox Arbisi & Butcher 2004 5/5/08
Oral Miranda Warnings: A Checklist and a Model Presentation DeClue 2007 6/17/08
Performance of children on symptom validity tests: TOMM, MSVT, and FIT Blaskewitz, Merten, & Kathmann 2008 9/16/08
Clock drawing performance in cognitively normal elderly Hubbard, Santini, Blankevoort, Volkers, Barrup, Byerly, Chaisson, Jefferson, Kaplan, Green, & Stern 2008 9/23/08
An empirical approach to determining criteria for abnormality in test batteries with multiple measures Ingraham & Aiken 1996 4/6/09
Estimating the percentage of the population with abnormally low scores (or abnormally large score differences) on standardized neuropsychological test batteries: A generic method with applications. Crawford, Garthwaite, & Gault 2007 4/6/09
Utah v Brian David Mitchell Atherton 2005 4/17/09
Norming subjects for the Halstead Reitan battery Russell & Florida 2005 7/29/09
Commentary: The Flynn effect revisited Russell 2007 7/29/09
The measurement of adjudicative competence: A comparison of three types of competencies in a sample of individuals with mental retardation Bennett 2006 1/27/10
USA v Brian David Mitchell Kimball 2010 3/6/10
Commentary on “A motion to exclude and the ‘fixed’ versus ‘flexible’ battery in ‘forensic’ neuropsychology. Russell 2007 3/16/10
Commentary on Loring and Larrabee’s reanalysis of Reitan’s original studies Russell 2008 3/16/10
The ‘Obsolescence’ of Assessment Procedures Russell 2010 3/29/10
Commentary on Larrabee, Millis, and Meyers’ paper “Sensitivity to brain dysfunction of the Halstead Reitan vs an ability-focused neuropsychological battery.” Russell 2009 3/29/10
40 plus or minus 10, a new magical number: Reply to Russell Larrabee, Millis, & Meyers 2009 3/29/10
Flexible vs. fixed batteries in forensic neuropsychological assessment: Reply to Bigler and Hom Larrabee 2008 3/29/10
Sensitivity to brain dysfunction of the Halstead-Reitan vs an ability-focused neuropsychological battery. Larrabee, Millis, & Meyers 2008 3/29/10
The relationship of IQ to effort test performance Dean, Victor, Boone, & Arnold 2008 4/14/10
Validity of Rorschach Inkblot scores for discriminating psychopaths from nonpsychopaths in forensic populations: A meta-analysis Wood, Lilienfeld, Nezworski, Garb, Allen, & Wildermuth 2010 6/23/10
The Detection of Malingered Psychopathology and Cognitive Deficits: Employing the Fake Bad Scale and the Ravens Standard Progressive Matrices Sellers, Byrne, & Golus 2006 6/28/10
Error in the estimation of intellectual ability in the low range using the WISC-IV and WAIS-III
Whitaker 2010 4/19/11
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