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37 J. Psychiatry & L. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/jpsych37 and id is 1 raw text is: SPRING 2009
VOLUME 37, NO. 1
THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY & LAW

Please note that the articles, book reviews, and commentaries in this
issue were received and edited during the tenure and at the overall
direction of Philip H. Witt, Ph.D., ABPP (Editor-in-Chief), Gregory
DeClue, Ph.D., ABPP (Associate Editor), and Daniel P. Greenfield,
M.D., M.P.H., M.S. (Book Section Editor).
1                Notes on Contributors
5                Special Introduction-Articles from the College of St. Elizabeth
Forensic Psychology Symposium
HERMAN HUBER, PH.D. AND VALERIE SCOTT, ED.D.
7                Criminal Responsibility from a Clinical Perspective
DANIEL P. GREENFIELD. M.D.. M.P.H.. M.S.
37               The Facts about Fiction: What Grissom Could Learn About
Forensic Psychology
KATHERINE RAMSLAND, PH.D.
51               Two Recently Confirmed False Confessions: Byron A. Halsey
and Jeffery M. Deskovic
MATTHEW B. JOHNSON, PH.D. AND JILL DRUCKER, M.A.
73               Psychological Profiling: Investigative Implications from Crime
Scene Analysis
LOUIS B. SCHLESINGER, PH.D.
85               The Polygraph: The Truth Lies Within
JERRY A. LEWIS, M.A. AND MICHELLE CUPPARI B.A.
Book Section: Essays and Reviews
93               Examinations of Criminal Responsibility: Foundations in Mental
Health Case Law, by Richard I. Frederick, David F. Mrad, and
Richard I. DeMier, reviewed by Jack A. Gottschalk, J.D., M.A.,
M.S.M.

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