Advance Praise

“Dr. Bush's extensive use of brief vignettes makes [the book] especially appropriate for graduate-level courses in neuropsychology as well as neuropsychology-related internships and post-doctoral fellowships. Even seasoned clinical neuropsychologists would benefit greatly from the book’s practical application of positive ethics and the ethics decision model…An absolute must-read for neuropsychologists providing services in the forensic arena.”
—Robert L. Denney, PsyD, ABPP (CN & FP), ABPN, Forensic Neuropsychologist, US Medical Center for Federal Prisoners

“An indispensable resource for anyone seeking a comprehensive and expert compilation of ethical principles and challenges in neuropsychology…[E]specially useful for those preparing for the board certification exam in clinical neuropsychology.”
—Christopher Grote, PhD, Acting Chairman, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Rush University Medical Center

"A contemporary and original treatise on the complex ethical issues confronting clinical neuropsychologists.  [Dr. Bush’s] practical and in-depth exploration of an ethical decision-making model ensures that practicing professionals and students in training will be able to understand the process and components of ethical conflict resolution."—Doug Johnson-Greene, PhD, MPH, ABPP, Division of Rehabilitation and Neuropsychology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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