search for books and compare prices
Tables of Contents for Mastering Forensic Psychiatric Practice
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
About the Authors
xi
Preface
xiii
Acknowledgments
xvii
PART I Introduction and Basics
The Expert's Task
3
10
PART II Practical Matters
Practical Aspects of the Forensic Examination
13
10
A Model Consent Form
21
2
Boundary Issues in Case Preparation With Attorneys
23
8
Fee Agreements and Finances in Forensic Practice: Theoretical and Empirical Dimensions
31
16
Model Fee Agreement Guidelines
41
6
PART III Problem Areas in Attorney-Expert Relations
Attorneys' Pressures on the Expert Witness: Early Warning Signs and Empirical Study of Endangered Honesty and Objectivity
47
20
The Phantom Expert: Use of an Expert's Name or Alleged Testimony Without Consent as a Legal Strategy
67
14
PART IV Forensic Countertransference
Issues in Forensic Countertransference: Early Warning Signs of Compromised Distance and Objectivity
81
12
PART V Problems With Deposition and Trial Testimony
Personal Questions on Cross-Examination: A Pilot Study of Expert Witness Attitudes
93
8
Telling Tales Out of Court: Experts' Disclosures About Opposing Experts
101
12
Effects of the Daubert Case on Preparing Psychiatric/Psychological Testimony for Court
113
14
PART VI Ethical Issues
Some Ethical Dilemmas
127
14
American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Ethical Guidelines for the Practice of Forensic Psychiatry
135
6
Epilogue
141
2
Suggested Readings
143
2
Index
145
<