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Published: 28 September 2009

362 Pages

ISBN: 9780198566830

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Forensic Neuropsychology in Practice

A guide to assessment and legal processes

Edited by Susan Young, Michael Kopelman, and Gisli Gudjonsson

  • A practical reference source for clinical and forensic psychologists who need to understand how neuropsychological problems can impinge on issues such as criminal responsibility, antisocial behaviour, and guilt
  • Includes state of the art chapters written by leading practitioners, covering topics such as aggression, violence, homicide, alcohol and drug use, and developmental disorders
  • Makes the field of forensic neuropsychology accessible to clinical psychologists and psychiatrists now frequently required to contribute to legal matters

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