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Cross Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2008-2020
Service #: 18362076
Sub #: 18362075
Shelf Space: 6 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Cross Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences



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Cross Examining Experts in the Behavioral Sciences provides step-by-step guidance on how to refute behavioral scientists' conjecture and speculation to ensure favorable rulings on Daubert, Kuhmo Tire and Frye standards. This set integrates hundreds of questioning strategies and actual questions to help you save time preparing your cases. It helps you keep pace with the fastest growing area of expert witness work with:

  • Demonstrations on how to examine and challenge the expertise of mental health experts and the use of psychological tests
  • Examinations of both the scientific research and the legal aspects behind a mental health expert's testimony

Topics covered include:

  • Types of mental health experts
  • The gap between science and practice
  • Challenging clinical judgment
  • Challenging claims of professional experience
  • Child custody evaluations and appropriate standards of psychological practice
  • Predicting future violence
  • Psychotherapy and appropriate standards of practice
  • Psychological testing/projective tests
  • Psychological testing/objective tests
  • Challenging diagnostic classification