This text examines relevant mental health state legislation relating to criminal, civil and family courts and then sets out a logical structure for writing reports for such matters. The use of psychological tests and their utility in providing useful objective data for courts is also examined. Three chapters are devoted to questions central to an expert offering an 'opinion' in court.A Practical Guide for Psychologists Working in Forensic Contexts Jack White, Andrew Day, Louisa Hackett ... In A. K. Hess aamp; I. B. Weiner (Eds.), The handbook of forensic psychology (pp. ... Retrieved from: http://www.courts.sa. gov.au/ lawyers/practice_directions/civil_ pd/civil_pd_pdfs/civil_pd_46a.pdf Tangney, J. P. ... Skills training for aggression control: Evaluation of an anger management program.
|Title||:||Writing Reports for Court|
|Author||:||Jack White, Andrew Day, Louisa Hackett|
|Publisher||:||Australian Academic Press - 2007|