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Sep
25

Ian Freckelton 2014 IAFMHS Keynote Address

Dr. Ian Freckelton presents keynote address on Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity/Mental Impairment: Decision Making about Release at the 2014 International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services.   This content is provided in partnership with the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS). Click these links for more information on IAFMHS or to […]

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Sep
11

Michael Perlin’s Keynote Address on International Disability Law

Professor Michael Perlin presents the keynote address on International Human Rights and Mental Disability Law at the 2014 International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services. This content is provided in partnership with the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS). Click these links for more information on IAFMHS or to become a member. IAFMHS Keynote […]

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Jun
19

John Philipsborn’s Keynote Address: Putting Our Jargon into Your Jargon (video)

John Philipsborn presented one of the Keynote Addresses at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS) in San Diego, March 2015, entitled: “Putting our Jargon into Your Jargon.” The address discusses how we can communicate more effectively with the courts and understand recent advances in forensic mental health through case law. About John […]

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May
29

Keynote Address at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting presented by Dr. Itiel Dror (video)

Dr. Itiel Dror presents the Keynote Address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS) in San Diego, March 2015. Dr. Dror’s keynote address speaks about the “Psychology and Impartiality of Forensic Expert Decision Making: When Justice is Not Blind.” For more information about Dr. Dror’s work, please visit: www.cci-hq.com. About Dr. Dror […]

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May
15

Dr. Patricia Zapf presents her Presidential Address at the American Psychology-Law Society meeting (video)

Dr. Patricia Zapf, President of the American Psychology-Law Society, presents her address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society in San Diego (March, 2015). In her address, Dr. Zapf speaks about the importance of dissemination of our work to expand our field and to reach a wider audience. About Dr. Zapf Dr. Patricia […]

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Apr
30

Distinguished Contributions Award Winner Dr. Frederick on Multiple Measures of Malingering (Video)

Dr. Richard Frederick, winner of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology’s Distinguished Contributions Award, presented his address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society in San Diego (March, 2015). Dr. Frederick’s award address is entitled, “Too Much Information: Problems when using Multiple Malingering Tests.” In this address, Dr. Frederick discusses the issues involved […]

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Nov
14

How Not to Become Your Worst (Professional) Nightmare: Self Care, Goal Setting, and the Importance of Continued Professional Development (Video)

This September I had the great opportunity to kick off the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS; Division 41 of the American Psychological Association) Student Committee’s webinar series. In this series, the Student Committee asks different leaders in the field of psychology and law to present on topics that are of interest and importance to students in […]

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May
02

Innovating Psychology and Law: AP-LS Presidential Address by Dr. Jennifer Skeem (Video)

This year at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS), which took place in New Orleans during the first weekend in March, Dr. Jennifer Skeem presented her Presidential Address to a packed room early Friday morning. Innovating Psychology and Law The theme for Dr. Skeem’s address was innovating psychology and law, a topic […]

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Apr
18

A Clinical Case Study using the HCR-20 Version 3 (Video)

The HCR-20 is the most commonly used violence risk assessment instrument across 44 countries, with over 100 evaluation studies in 32 countries. Version 3 of the HCR-20 was released in 2013 and since that time professionals and organizations have begun the process of implementing Version 3 into their clinical practice and clinical service provision. Administration […]

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Mar
07

Dr. Stephen Hart on the Administration of the HCR-V3 (Video)

In 2013 the long-awaited Version 3 of the HCR-20 was published. This assessment instrument uses a Structured Professional Judgment approach to threat assessment and risk management. At the International launch of the HCR-V3 in Edinburgh, Scotland a one-day conference was held where international experts involved in the development of Version 3 presented on various topics […]

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Feb
21

Dr. Stephen Hart on the SPJ Approach to Risk Assessment (Video)

The Structured Professional Judgment (SPJ) approach to risk assessment holds many points of differentiation from the actuarial approach. Whereas the actuarial approach uses actuarial tests that are developed in one setting and may not be predictive in other settings, the SPJ approach uses instruments that have been developed on the basis of empirical research that […]

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Feb
07

Development of the HCR-20 Version 3 (Videos of Dr. Kevin Douglas)

The HCR-20 is a structured professional judgment risk assessment tool that is used throughout the world to assist in the evaluation of risk for general violence. In 2013, the third version of this risk assessment instrument was published. As part of the launch of the long-awaited 3rd edition to this risk assessment tool, a series […]

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