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4/18/2012· Psychology

When is a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Claim Legitimate...and When Is It Not?

By: Dr. Mark Levy

In prehistoric times, when our earliest ancestors lived in dread of their mortal enemy, the saber-toothed tiger, those cave men (and women) who were fortunate enough to be genetically endowed with the quickest "fight or flight" reactions survived, and became our ancestors. That's where the story begins..

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2/3/2012· Psychology

Child Investigative Interviewing: Is there a gold standard?

By: Dr. Michael J. Perrotti, PhD

Police departments across the United States are routinely questioning young children concerning child sexual abuse allegations. Frequently the police are untrained in the correct techniques to utilize for investigating interview of the children.

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12/12/2011· Psychology

The Key to Anger Management is Being Assertive

By: Dr. Michael Levittan

In today's world, anger management has become a necessary concept to understand and practice in order to effectively navigate the challenges of family, work, school and social life. It is commonly thought that managing angerinvolves not getting angry anymore.

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7/6/2011· Psychology

The Miranda Warning: Readability And The Rights Of Children With Disabilities

By: Steven Imber

Prior to 1966, the Supreme Court sought to define the Constitution's protection against self-incrimination with regard to juveniles, to the mentally impaired, and to psychological coercion by police (see Gallegos v. Colorado, 1962; Blackburn v. Alabama, 1960; Fikes v. Alabama, 1957; Chambers v. Florida, 1940).

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5/18/2011· Psychology

Insight On Federal Policy: Independent Educational Evaluations

By: Steven Imber

A parent has the right to an independent educational evaluation at the public expense if the parent disagrees with an evaluation obtained by the public agency.

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4/11/2011· Psychology

Independent Educational Evaluations Under IDEA '97: It's A Testy Matter

By: Steven Imber

An independent educational evaluation (IEE) provides parents with an opportunity to obtain alternative sources of information concerning the present levels of performance of their children.

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10/5/2009· Psychology

A Forensic Psychologist's Report In A Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment And Retaliation Case

By: Stephen Reich, PhD

On September 24, 2007, I interviewed Ms. Rebecca White for a psychological evaluation and report. She was referred by her attorney, Peter G. Eikenberry, Esq. for a psychological evaluation in the context of her litigation against Charlie's Supermarkets where she alleged sexual harassment, a hostile work environment and retaliation.The following is based upon the psychological evaluation of Rebecca White.

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6/24/2009· Psychology

Rich Weinfeld Enabling or Empowering? Adaptations and Accommodations for Twice-Exceptional Students

By: Rich Weinfeld

This article addresses the different perceptions that parents, students, and teachers have regarding appropriate accommodations for twice-exceptional students.

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8/22/2008· Psychology

Assessing The Truth: How Forensic Psychiatrists and Psychologists Evaluate Litigants

By: Mark I. Levy, MD, DLFAPA, and Ronald Roberts, PhD

The practice of forensic psychiatry and psychology, like the rest of medicine, is as much art as it is science. At the end of the day, the job of the forensic expert is to be able to communicate complex and at times abstract information in plain, non jargonized language

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4/16/2007· Psychology

Psychological Mitigation in Plea Bargains

By: Dr. Martin Williams

Many attorneys have asked me to evaluate their clients who are first-time criminal defendants. Nearly all of these cases have involved crimes pertaining to sex with minors, although the basic idea of psychological mitigation is applicable to a wide variety of crimes

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