5 J. Psychiatry & L. [i] (1977)
Table of Contents - Issue 2

handle is hein.journals/jpsych5 and id is 165 raw text is: SUMMER 1977

THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND LAW
161            Notes on Contributors
163            Editors' Page
The Developing Law on Competency to Stand Trial
165            A timely, in-depth discussion of this most important issue is provided.
One challenging idea raised is whether there shouldnot be a distinction
between competency to stand trial and competency to plead.
PROFESSOR RALPH SLOVENKO
Mental Health Expert Testimony: Current Problems
201             This is a much needed review of a difficult problem. Both the mental
health professional and the attorney are taken to task for their
ignorance of each other'sfield.
NORMAN G. POYTHRESS. JR.. PH.D.
The Legal and Social Significance of Aftercare Systems: A Review and
Analysis
229            A much neglected area receives a very thorough review. The authors
believe that the future design of the aftercare system must be a function
of the executive branch after the design is structured by the legislature.
JOHN J. ENSMINGER. ESQ. AND
PATRICK REILLY. M.A.
The Dangerousness of Patients Released From Maximum Security: A
Replication
293            A follow-up study of a previously published research project is
described. In this replication attempt -much of the same findings
materialized as appeared in the original study.
MANFRED PRUESSE. PH.D. AND
VERNON L. QUINSEY. PH.D.
Book Section: Essays and Reviews
301             Crusaders, Criminals, Crazies, by Frederick J. Hacker, reviewed by
Professor H. H. A. Cooper.
309            Rehabilitation, Recidivism and Research, by Robert Martinson, Ted
Palmer and Stuart Adams, reviewed by Sidney M. Lytton, M.D.
311            Power and Authority in Law Enforcement, edited by Terry R.
Armstrong and Kenneth M. Cinnamon, reviewed by Earl J. Simburg,
M.D.

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