“But That’s Just Twitter, Right?” Skepticism About the Use of Social Media Data in Forensic Evaluations
In an experimental study, laypersons and forensic experts expressed skepticism toward social
Connectedness is an essential part of the reintegration and mental health recovery
Anchoring effects might have undesirable consequences, possibly making court rulings biased or erratic.
Numeric decisions in law (such as damages or prison terms) are susceptible
Absolute-risk interpretations of Static-99R scores need to consider the decision threshold as
Responses designed to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 may adversely impact attorney client-communication and the fairness of the plea process
Courts should closely monitor whether and how accommodations implemented to maintain safe
Psychopathic Personality Traits, Psychotic Symptoms, and Inpatient violence: Which Has a Stronger Influence on Countertransference?
In a study of 89 patients in a forensic medium-security unit, psychopathic/antisocial
Although there are no guarantees that measures developed in research studies will
Self-stigma and the correlates of self-stigma were explored in a sample of
Attending to the absence, rather than the presence of “shut down” behaviors,
An analyses of criminal responsibility evaluations by forensic evaluators in Missouri reveals
Face-to-face and tele-forensic (on screen) interviews elicit similar amounts of accurate and
How COVID-19 Changed the Landscape of Forensic Evaluations: The Utility and Future of Telehealth in Examinations
The existing data on the pros and cons of using telehealth platforms
Researchers and interviewers should be attentive to the tradeoffs in encouraging children
Almost half of the individuals in a Canadian sample of justice-involved adult
More Than a Label: Post-Release Re-Offending Predicted by Co-Morbid Diagnoses in an Australian Cohort of Forensic Patients
In sample of over 450 Australian men and women found Not Guilty
Immigrant status, absence of suspected feigning according to psychological testing and evaluator
In a sample of adolescent boys in a Dutch secure residential treatment
Applying a procedural justice framework to predict openness to change and likelihood of future use of evidence-based interview techniques to law enforcement.
Procedural fairness within law enforcement organizations is important to consider when implementing
The Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) outperformed various performance validity tests except
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