JPL-2011-39-4, Journnal of Psychiatry & Law, Vol. 39 No. 4/ Winter 2011
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VOLUME 39, NO. 4
JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY & LAW
SPECIAL ISSUE: FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY PROGRAMS
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (PART I)
SPECIAL ISSUE INTRODUCTION
ROBERT L. SADOFF, M.D.
The Role of Neuroimaging in Assessing Neuropsychological
Deficits Following Traumatic Brain Injury
BENJAMIN J. HAYEMPOUR, B. A., SUSAN E. RUSHING, M.D., J.D.,
and ABASS ALAVI, M.D.
Relevant Functioning: Nuclear Brain Imaging in United States Courts
SUSAN E. RUSHING, M.D., J.D. and DANIEL LANGLEBEN, M.D.
The Status of NeuroLaw: A Plea for Current Modesty and Future
STEPHEN J. MORSE, J.D., PH.D.
Head, Examined: Clarence Darrow's X-Ray Vision of Criminal
KENNETH J. WEISS, M.D.
Drugs and Crime
BENJAMIN R. NORDSTROM, M.D., PH.D. and CHARLES A. DACKIS, M.D.
Toward a Good Fit between Forensic Psychiatrists and
FRANK M. DATTILIO, PH.D., ABPP
Book Section: Essays and Reviews
Clinical Neurology for Psychiatrists (6th ed.), by David M.
Kaufman, reviewed by Daniel P. Greenfield, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.