Neuropsychology_ldby James Sullivan ’84 and Robert L. Denney

This book focuses exclusively on criminal forensic practice among neuropsychologists, an area in which Sullivan specializes. It brings together experts to present the legal and clinical foundations of neuropsychology practice in criminal forensic cases and provides guidance for conducting assessments that address specific legal standards and questions, such as competency to confess, competency to proceed, criminal responsibility, and sentencing concerns.

ISBN-13: 978-1593857219. Published by The Guilford Press; 2008.