Here are the R-PAS protocols and response sheets for the two cases reported in Acklin, M. W. (2016). The Rorschach in Multimethod Forensic Assessment: Conceptual Foundations and Practical Applications. B. Evans & R. Erard (Eds.). New York: Routledge. Meth Psychosis_R-PAS_11_12_2014 Schizophrenia_R-PAS_10_14_2013
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Attached in PDF and shown below is the complete text of the REPORT TO THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION: INDEPENDENT REVIEW RELATING TO APA ETHICS GUIDELINES, NATIONAL SECURITY INTERROGATIONS, AND TORTURE, dated July 2, 2015.
Abstract: One type of claim in parenting assessment (child custody)1 cases is that one parent, typically the father, is alleged to be engaging in improper or compulsive sexual behavior via the Internet. The sexual behavior at issue can range from frequent sexually explicit chats with other adults to compulsive viewing of adult pornography. In more […]
Abstract: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Criminal Cognitions and Psychopathy in a Civil Psychiatric Sample, Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol December 2010 vol. 54 no. 6 865-877. The relationship between psychopathy and thinking styles that support and maintain a criminal lifestyle is examined using the Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version (PCL:SV; Hart, Cox, & […]
This article is free online until 12/31/2010 (following the linked title), though the abstact tells the story. Nathan J. Kolla, MD, MA, MSc, Philip E. Klassen, MD, Michael E. Kuban, MSc, Thomas Blak, BA and Ray Blanchard, PhD, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Trial of Sildenafil in Phallometric Testing, J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 38:4:502-511 (2010). Not all […]
Encounters behind bars between Nazi war criminal Hermann Goering and an American doctor 65 years ago raise questions about responsibility, allegiance and the nature of evil Excerpt from Scientific American Mind: January 2011: “In the aftermath of World War II, American psychiatrist Douglas M. Kelley worked closely with captured Nazis as their general physician and […]
There appears to be a dramatic split among mental health professionals who write primarily from a treatment or plaintiff perspective and those who take a more skeptical approach. This article by Steve Rubenzer reviews recent developments in the assessment of malingering, including symptom validity measures, and applies them to the assessment of PTSD. Recommendations for current practice are provided.