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Case_eval_assignment - CASE EVALUATION ASSIGNMENT Forensic Neuropsychology Summer C 2008 I have selected a number of cases from my own practice to

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CASE EVALUATION ASSIGNMENT Forensic Neuropsychology Summer C, 2008 I have selected a number of cases from my own practice to illustrate major points of law and psychological practice covered in the course. There are some criminal and several civil cases, each of which has its own character and each of which presents its own challenges. I have not selected "open and shut" cases, so a decision about which case to select should not be based on its apparent "straightforwardness". Each student will select one case to work on. Preparation for case testimony will involve record review, an investigative interview with the instructor, preparation of a report, delivery of testimony, and submission of a final case formulation and self-assessment. In preparing your case, you should take the following steps: 1. Read the provided case material. And I mean carefully . This includes, in most cases, relevant background data, medical repor and history, police reports (where relevant) and neuropsychological data and interviews generated in the course of the patient’s care. Read every page of what you are
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course CLP 7934 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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Case_eval_assignment - CASE EVALUATION ASSIGNMENT Forensic Neuropsychology Summer C 2008 I have selected a number of cases from my own practice to

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