Psychological Journal Articles

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Psychological Injury and Law - Article List

If you are interested in the area of psychological injury and law--which is the focus of this website--here is a list of psychological journal articles from our flagship publication, Psychological Injury and Law:

Volume 1

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 1, Number 1 / April 2008

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial Introducing a Journal and an Association by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Introduction to the First Issue by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Assumptions and Foundations, Controversies and Myths, Needed Directions by Gerald Young

Expert Testimony on Psychological Injury: Procedural and Evidentiary Issues by Michael Finch, Catherine Guthrie and Carol Henderson

Forensic Psychology, Psychological Injuries and the Law by Andrew W. Kane

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 1, Number 2 / June 2008

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial on the Young and the Tested by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Defining a Field by Gerald Young

Disentangling the Disability Quagmire in Psychological Injury: Part 1—Disability and Return to Work: Theories, Methods, and Applications by Izabela Z. Schultz

Disentangling the Disability Quagmire in Psychological Injury and Law, Part 2: Evolution of Disability Models: Conceptual, Methodological and Forensic Practice Issues by Izabela Z. Schultz and Alison M. Stewart

Forensic Neuropsychology and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Ronald M. Ruff and Christina Weyer Jamora

The Psychological Impact of Traumatic Events on Children by Emma Salter and Paul Stallard

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 1, Number 3 / September 2008

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial on Truth and Consequences, Psychologists and Attorneys by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: An Integrative Model by Gerald Young

Causality and Causation in Law, Medicine, Psychiatry, and Psychology: Progression or Regression? by Gerald Young

Biopsychosocial Factors that Perpetuate Chronic Pain, Impairment, and Disability by Brian R. Theodore, Nancy D. Kishino and Robert J. Gatchel

Potential for Bias in MMPI-2 Assessments Using the Fake Bad Scale (FBS) by James N. Butcher, Carlton S. Gass, Edward Cumella, Zina Kally and Carolyn L. Williams

Gerald Young, Andrew W. Kane, Keith Nicholson, Causality of Psychological Injury: Presenting Evidence in Court. Book Review by Eric G. Mart

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 1, Number 4 / December 2008

Editorial on PIL’s First Year: Growing Pains and Growing Prospects by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial on What Mental Health Clinicians/Practitioners Need to Know by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: A Biopsychosocial and Forensic Perspective by Gerald Young

Somatization and Medically Unexplained Symptoms in Psychological Injury: Diagnoses and Dynamics by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury: Systems, Change Processes, Development by Gerald Young

Personality Disorder in Psychological Injury: A Biopsychosocial and Forensic Perspective by Gerald Young

Coping in Psychological Injury: A Biopsychosocial and Forensic Perspective by Gerald Young

Psychotherapy for Psychological Injury: A Biopsychosocial and Forensic Perspective by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Special Issue Epilogue by Gerald Young


Volume 2

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 2, Number 1 / March 2009

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial Policies on Defamation and Disclosure by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial on Practice Criteria by Gerald Young

Trauma and Psychological Injury: Practice, Clinical, Legal, and Ethical Issues by Gerald Young and Izabela Z. Schultz

Judicial Evaluation of Traumatically Induced Fibromyalgia by Michael Finch

Myths and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Ronald M. Ruff and Christina Weyer Jamora

The Rigor of Research Design and “Forensic” Publications in Neuropsychological Research by Erin D. Bigler, Ryan R. Green, Thomas J. Farrer, Jeremy C. Roper and James B. Millward

The Ruff Neurobehavioral Inventory: Validity Indicators and Validity by Gerald Young, Natasha L. Merali and Ronald M. Ruff

Psychological Injury and Law: Editorial Note by Gerald Young

The MMPI-2 Symptom Validity Scale (FBS) Is an Empirically Validated Measure of Overreporting in Personal Injury Litigants and Claimants: Reply to Butcher et al. (2008) by Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Kevin W. Greve, Kevin J. Bianchini and Paul M. Kaufmann

Book Review: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Postconcussion Syndrome: The New Evidence Base for Diagnosis and Treatment Michael A. McCrea New York: Oxford University Press, 2008 [pp 205] ISBN: 978-0-19-532829-5 by Paul M. Richards

Book Review: Excellence in Psychological Injury and Law: Book Review of Motor Vehicle Collisions by Duckworth, Iezzi, and O’Donohue (2008) by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 2, Number 2 / June 2009

Toward Preventing Future Tragedies: Mass Killings on College Campuses, Public Health, and Threat/Risk Assessment by Kirk Heilbrun, Joel Dvoskin and Anna Heilbrun

Torts, Damages, and Malpractice by David L. Shapiro

Psychological Injury from Licensing Complaints Against Mental Health Practitioners by Robert Henley Woody

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Assessing Response Style and Malingering by Steve Rubenzer

Psychology Journals: Proposal for Financial Disclosure Policies by Gerald Young

Working to Avoid Collateral Emotional Harm to Clients: Cases and Recommendations for the Personal Injury Attorney by Michael E. Schatman

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder’s Traumatic Stressor Criterion: History, Controversy, and Clinical and Legal Implications by Mary E. Long and Jon D. Elhai

Psychological Injury and Law: Journal Policy on Ongoing Debates by Gerald Young

Inaccuracies About the MMPI-2 Fake Bad Scale in the Reply by Ben-Porath, Greve, Bianchini, and Kaufman (2009) by Carolyn L. Williams, James N. Butcher, Carlton S. Gass, Edward Cumella and Zina Kally

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 2, Numbers 3-4 / December 2009

Special Issue on Disability and Return to Work

Determining Disability: New Advances in Conceptualization and Research by Izabela Z. Schultz

Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to Conceptualize Disability and Functioning in Psychological Injury and Law by David B. Peterson and Heidi Paul

Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Losses in Chronic Pain Patients by Whitney E. Worzer, Nancy D. Kishino and Robert J. Gatchel

Perceived Justice of Compensation Process for Return-to-Work: Development and Validation of a Scale by Renée-Louise Franche, Colette N. Severin, Hyunmi Lee, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson and C. Gail Hepburn, et al.

Perceived Injustice is Associated with Heightened Pain Behavior and Disability in Individuals with Whiplash Injuries by Michael J. L. Sullivan, Nicole Davidson, Beatrice Garfinkel, Nathida Siriapaipant and Whitney Scott

Damages for Mental Distress and Bad Faith in Disability Claims by Faith E. Hayman

Work Impairment and Disability in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Review and Recommendations for Psychological Injury Research and Practice by Jaye Wald and Steven Taylor

The Relationship of Chronological Age, Age at Injury, and Duration of Injury to Employment Status in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury by Adam T. Hirsh, Ivan R. Molton, Kurt L. Johnson, Charles H. Bombardier and Mark P. Jensen

Editorial - New PIL Sections: Aims and Scope by Gerald Young

Symptom Validity Testing in Claimants with Alleged Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Comparing the Morel Emotional Numbing Test, the Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology, and the Word Memory Test by Thomas Merten, Elisabeth Thies, Katrin Schneider and Andreas Stevens


Volume 3

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 3, Number 1 / March 2010

Special Issue on Traumatic Brain Injury; Guest Editors: Ronald Ruff and Paul M. Richards

Introduction to Special Issue by Paul M. Richards and Ronald M. Ruff

Traumatic Brain Injury Across the Lifespan: A Neuropsychological Tutorial for Attorneys by Paul M. Richards and John W. Kirk

Neuropsychological Tests are Poor at Assessing the Frontal Lobes, Executive Functions, and Neurobehavioral Symptoms of Traumatically Brain-Injured Patients by Robert J. Sbordone

Neuroimaging in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Erin D. Bigler

Functional Neuroimaging of Symptom Validity Testing in Traumatic Brain Injury by Trevor ChuangKuo Wu, Mark D. Allen, Naomi J. Goodrich-Hunsaker, Ramona O. Hopkins and Erin D. Bigler

Re-examination of the Controversial Coexistence of Traumatic Brain Injury and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Misdiagnosis and Self-Report Measures by Robert J. Sbordone and Ronald M. Ruff

Brief Communication

The MMPI-2 Symptom Validity Scale (FBS) is an Empirically-Validated Measure of Over-reporting in Personal Injury Litigants and Claimants: reply to William et al. (2009) by Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Kevin W. Greve, Kevin J. Bianchini and Paul M. Kaufmann

Ambiguous Measures of Unknown Constructs: The MMPI-2 Fake Bad Scale (aka Symptom Validity Scale, FBS, FBS-r) by Carlton S. Gass, Carolyn L. Williams, Edward Cumella, James N. Butcher and Zina Kally

Erratum to: The MMPI-2 Symptom Validity Scale (FBS) is an Empirically-Validated Measure of Over-reporting in Personal Injury Litigants and Claimants: reply to Williams et al. (2009) by Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Kevin W. Greve, Kevin J. Bianchini and Paul M. Kaufmann

Erratum to: Inaccuracies About the MMPI-2 Fake Bad Scale in the Reply by Ben-Porath, Greve, Bianchini, and Kaufmann (2009) by Carolyn L. Williams, James N. Butcher, Carlton S. Gass, Edward Cumella and Zina Kally

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 3, Number 2 / June 2010

Special Issue on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Guest Editors: B. Christopher Frueh and Simon Wessely

Toward a Typology of High-Risk Major Stressful Events and Situations in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Related Psychopathology by Bruce P. Dohrenwend

The Delayed and Cumulative Consequences of Traumatic Stress: Challenges and Issues in Compensation Settings by Alexander C. McFarlane

Simulating Emotional Responses in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An fMRI Study by Richard A. Bryant, Andrew Kemp, Kim Felmingham, Belinda Liddell and Gloria Olivieri, et al.

Investigating Differences in Truthful and Fabricated Symptoms of Traumatic Stress over Time by Kristine A. Peace, Stephen Porter and Brianna L. Cook

Psychological Evaluations of Veterans Claiming PTSD Disability with the Department of Veterans Affairs: A Clinician's Viewpoint by Gail Poyner

Error Rates in Forensic Child Sexual Abuse Evaluations by Steve Herman and Tiffany R. Freitas

Children’s Allegations of Sexual Abuse: A Model for Forensic Assessment by William O’Donohue, Lorraine Benuto and Matthew Fanetti

Traumatic Event Exposure and Behavioral Health Disorders among Incarcerated Females Self-Referred to Treatment by Nancy Wolff, Roshnee Vazquez, B. Christopher Frueh, Jing Shi and Brooke E. Schumann, et al.

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 3, Number 3 / September 2010

Special Issue on Traumatically Induced Pain; Guest Editors: Michael E. Schatman and Robert J. Gatchel

Introduction to Special Issue on Traumatically Induced Pain: Assessing and Addressing Controversies by Michael E. Schatman and Robert J. Gatchel

A Review of Evidence-Based Biopsychosocial Laws Governing the Treatment of Pain and Injury by Daniel Bruns, Kathryn Mueller and Pamela A. Warren

Whither Suffering? The Potential Impact of Tort Reform on the Emotional and Existential Healing of Traumatically Injured Chronic Pain Patients by Michael E. Schatman and James Sullivan

Malingering and Pain: is this a Major Problem in the Medicolegal Setting? by Krista J. Howard, Nancy D. Kishino, Valerie J. Johnston, Whitney E. Worzer and Robert J. Gatchel

The Three Major Components of Behavior Used for Assessing Pain: Problems Faced When There Is Discordance Among the Three by Robert J. Gatchel, Nancy D. Kishino and Dennis E. Minotti

Validity and Determinants of Clinicians’ Return to Work Judgments for Individuals Following Whiplash Injury by Whitney Scott and Michael J. L. Sullivan

Legal Representation and Dissatisfaction with Workers’ Compensation: Implications for Claimant Adjustment by John T. Chibnall and Raymond C. Tait

Physical Injuries, Pain, and Psychological Trauma: Pathways to Disability by Melanie P. Duckworth and Tony Iezzi

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 3, Number 4 / December 2010

The DSM-5 Draft: Implications for Psychological Injury and Law; Guest Editors: Gerald Young and Michael B. First

The PTSD Stressor Criterion as a Barrier to Malingering: DSM-5 Draft Commentaries by Michael B. First

The Future of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the DSM by B. Christopher Frueh, Jon D. Elhai and Ron Acierno

Neurocognitive Disorders in DSM-V: Forensic Perspective by Izabela Z. Schultz

Chronic Pain in the DSM-IV and the DSM-5 Draft: The Pain of It All by Gerald Young

DSM-5 and Malingering: a Modest Proposal by David T. R. Berry and Nathaniel W. Nelson

Confusion and Incoherence in the Classification of Personality Disorder: Commentary on the Preliminary Proposals for DSM-5 by W. John Livesley

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the DSM-5: Group Difference Commentary by Gerald Young and Ronn Johnson

The DSM-5 Draft: Critique and Recommendations by Gerald Young

Trends in Psychological/Psychiatric Injury and Law: Continuing Education, Practice Comments, Recommendations by Gerald Young


Volume 4

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 4, Number 1 / March 2011

Special Issue on Malingering: Special Topic (part 1)

The Detection of Feigned Psychiatric Disorders Using the MMPI-2-RF Overreporting Validity Scales: An Analog Investigation by Brandee E. Marion, Martin Sellbom and R. Michael Bagby

Association of the MMPI-2 Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) Validity Scales with Structured Malingering Criteria by Dustin B. Wygant, Jaime L. Anderson, Martin Sellbom, Jesica L. Rapier and Leslie M. Allgeier, et al.

Neuropsychological and Psychological Aspects of Malingered Posttraumatic Stress Disorder by George J. Demakis and Jon D. Elhai

Detection of Malingered ADHD Using the MMPI-2-RF by Jordan P. Harp, Lindsey J. Jasinski, Anne L. Shandera-Ochsner, Lisa H. Mason and David T. R. Berry

Do Motivations for Malingering Matter? Symptoms of Malingered PTSD as a Function of Motivation and Trauma Type by Kristine A. Peace and Kimberly A. Masliuk

Erratum to: Trends in Psychological/Psychiatric Injury and Law: Continuing Education, Practice Comments, Recommendations by Gerald Young

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 4, Number 2 / June 2011

Ontario Psychological Association Guidelines for Assessment and Treatment in Auto Insurance Claims by Amber Smith and OPA Auto Task Force

The Roles of Scientific and Clinical Epistemologies in Forensic Mental Health Assessments by Madelyn Simring Milchman

Special Issue: Malingering: Special Topic (Part 2)

Co-editors: David T. R. Berry and Nathaniel W. Nelson

Traumatic Brain Injury Alters Word Memory Test Performance by Slowing Response Time and Increasing Cortical Activation: An fMRI Study of a Symptom Validty Test by Mark D. Allen, Trevor ChuangKuo Wi, and Erin D. Bigler

A Critical Analysis of the MND Criteria for Feigned Cognitive Impairment: Implications for Forensic and Practice and Research by Richard Rogers, Scott D. Bender, and Stephanie F. Johnson

Clarification or Confusion? A Review of Rogers, Bender, and Johnson’s A Critical Analysis of the MND Criteria for Feigned Cognitive Impairment: Implications for Forensic Practice and Research 157 by Kyle B. Boone

A Commentary on the MND Model and the Boone Critique: “Saying It Doesn’t Make It So” by Richard Rogers, Scott D. Bender, and Stephanie F. Johnson

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 4, Number 3-4 / December 2011

Special Issue on VA Compensation and Pension Exams for PTSD and Other Mental Disorders

Co-editor: F. Barton Evans

Introduction to the Practice Matters Special Section on VA Compensation and Pension Exams for PTSD and Other Mental Disorders by F. Barton Evans

Mind Reading and the Art of Drafting Medical Opinions in Veterans Benefits Claims by James D. Ridgway

A Practical Guide to Conducting VA Compensation and Pension Exams for PTSD and Other Mental Disorders by Mark D. Worthen and Robert G. Moering

Military Service Records: Searching for the Truth by Robert G. Moering

The Psychological Consultative Examination for Social Security Disability by Michael D. Chafetz

Can Money Symbolize Acknowledgment? How Victims’ Relatives Perceive Monetary Awards for Their Emotional Harm by Liesbeth Hulst and Arno J. Akkermans


Volume 5

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 5, Number 1 / March 2012

Special Issue on Focussed Series – Forensic Psychology

Guest Editor: Andrew W. Kane

Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Differences in Standards and Practice between Licensed and Board-Certified Psychologists by L. Torres, S. Skidmore, and N. Gross

Sexual Trauma and Psychological Injuries: What Experts Need to Know by S. Phipps-Yonas

From Traumatic Memory to Traumatized Remembering: Beyond the Memory Wars, Part 1: Agreement by M. S. Milchman

From Traumatic Memory to Traumatized Remember: Beyond the Memory Wars, Part 2: Disagreement by M. S. Milchman

From Traumatic Memory to Traumatized Remember: Beyond the Memory Wars, Part 3: An Integrative Schema by M. S. Milchman

Assessment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Differences in Standards and Practice between Licensed and Board-Certified Psychologists by L. Torres, S. Skidmore, and N. Gross

Practice Matters

Erratum to: Mind Reading and the Art of Drafting Medical Opinions in Veterans Benefits Claims by J. D. Ridgway

Malingering

Editorial Errata

General Interest

Exploring Lawyer-Client Interaction: A Qualitative Study of Positive Lawyer Characteristics by N. A. Elbers, K.A.P.C. van Wees, A. J. Akkermans, P. Cuijpers, and D. J. Bruinvels

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 5, Number 2 / June 2012

Special Issue on the Rorschach

Guest Editor: F. Barton Evans

Introduction to Practice Matters Special Section on the Rorschach by F. Barton Evans

The Necessity of Multiple Test Methods in Conducting Assessments: The Role of the Rorschach and Self-Report by Joni L. Mihura

An Overview of the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS) by Gregory J. Meyer and Joshua J. Eblin

Expert Testimony Using the Rorschach Performance Assessment System in Psychological Injury Cases by Robert E. Erard

Understanding and Using the Rorschach Inkblot Test to Assess Post-Traumatic Conditions by Donald J. Viglione, Benjamin Towns and Dawn Lindshield

The Brave New World of Forensic Rorschach Assessment: Comments on the Rorschach Special Section by Ali Khadivi and F. Barton Evans

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 5, Number 3-4 / December 2012

Special Issue on Assessment

Guest Editor: Robert E. Erard

Introduction to Assessment Special Section on Validity Scales in Personality Testing by Robert E. Erard

Detection of Response Bias in Applied Assessment: Comment on McGrath et al. (2010) by Leslie C. Morey

The More You Say the Less It Means: Overreporting and Attenuated Criterion Validity in a Forensic Disability Sample by Christopher W. Wiggins, Dustin B. Wygant, James B. Hoelzle, and Roger O. Gervais

MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-Restructured Form Validity Scales: Complementary Approaches to Evaluate Response Validity by James B. Hoelzle, Nathaniel W. Nelson, and Paul A. Arbisi

Detecting Feigned PTSD Using the Personality Assessment Inventory by Katherine M. Thomas, Christopher J. Hopwood, Mathew J. Orlando, Frank W. Weathers, and Meghan E. McDevitt-Murphy

What is All the Fuss About Daubert?: A Re-Analysis by David L. Shapiro

The Impact of Psychological Injuries on Sexual Harassment Determinations by Ryan J. Winter and Jonathan P. Vallano

A Bayesian Item Response Theory Approach to Symptom Validity Detection: Evaluating Psychological Screening Inventory-2 Response Profile Likelihoods by Michael L. Thomas and Richard I. Lanyon


Volume 6

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 6, Number 1 / March 2013

Special Issue on Neuroscience and Neurolaw

Guest Editors: Shane S. Bush and Chriscelyn M. Tussey

Neuroscience and Neurolaw by S. S. Bush, and C. M. Tussey

Neuropsychological Services Following Motor Vehicle Collisions by S. S. Bush and T. E. Myers

Ethical, Legal and Risk Management Considerations in the Neurpsychological Assessment of Veterans by A. C. Russo

Neuropsychological Evaluation of Competency in Criminal Forensic Contexts by C. M. Tussey, B. A. Marcopulos, and B. A. Caillouet

Neuropsychological Evaluation of Decision-Making Capacity in Older Adults by G. J. Demakis

Independent Neuropsychological Evaluations by H. J. Oakes and D. W. Lovejoy

The Neuropsychologist as Expert Witness: Testimony in Civil and Criminal Settings by P. M. Richards and C. M. Tussey

Review of the Evidence Supporting the Medical and Legal Use of NeuroQuant® in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury by D. E. Ross, T. J. Graham, and A. L. Ochs

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 6, Number 2 / June 2013

Special Issue on Controversies, Psychological Injuries, Court

Guest Editors: Gerald Young and Craig R. Lareau

Sexual Harassment, PTSD, and Criterion A: If It Walks Like a Duck… by L. F. Fitzgerald, L. L. Collinsworth, and A. K. Lawson

Using a Five-Stage Model to Evaluate Workplace Discrimination Injuries by J. Goodman-Delahunty, and W. E. Foote

Psychological Injuries and Legal Decision Making in Civil Cases: What We Know and What We Do Not Know by J. P. Vallano

PCS, Iatrogenic Symptoms, and Malingering Following Concussion by S. D. Bender and M. Matusewicz

Symptom Validity Testing in Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders: A Critical Review by T. Merten and H. Merckelbach

Cutoff Scores for the Morel Emotional Numbing Test for PTSD: Considerations for Use in VA Mental Health Examinations by K. R. Morel

An Assessment of the “Eggshell Psyche” in Simulated Civil Litigation by I. J. Ikpeme Ruths, A. K. Christiansen, and J. P. Vincent

To Crack or Crumble: Use of the Thin Skull and Crumbling Skull Rules by T. Iezzi, M. P. Duckworth, and S. R. Schenke

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 6, Number 3 / September 2013

Special Issue on Return to Work

Guest Editors: Izabela Z. Schultz & Pamela A. Warren

Advances in Improving Return-to-Work Outcomes in Disability Compensation Contexts: From Research to Practice by I. Z. Schultz and P. A. Warren

Biopsychosocial Considerations in Unnecessary Work Disability by G. M. Caruso

Those Who Hesitate Are Lost: The Case for Setting Behavioral Health Treatment and Disability Standards, Part 1 by Pamela A. Warren

Those Who Hesitate Are Lost: The Case for Setting Behavioral Health Treatment and Disability Standards, Part 2 by Pamela A. Warren

Those Who Hesitate Are Lost: The Case for Setting Behavioral Health Treatment and Disability Standards, Part 3 by Pamela A. Warren

Suppose Hippocrates Had Been a Lawyer: A Conceptual Model of Harm to Litigants: Part 1 by R. Aurbach

Suppose Hippocrates Had Been a Lawyer: A Conceptual Model of Harm to Litigants: Part 2 by R. Aurbach

Return to Work for Healthcare Professionals with Substance Use Disorders: Clinical, Legal, and Ethical Challenges by G. P. Couser

A Psychosocial Risk-Targeted Intervention to Reduce Work Disability: Development, Evolution, and Implementation Challenges by M. J. L. Sullivan, H. Adams, and T. Ellis

Early Intervention with Compensated Lower Back-Injured Workers at Risk for Work Disability: Fixed versus Flexible Approach by I. Z. Schultz, J. M. Crook, J. Berkowitz, G. R. Meloche, K. M. Prkachin, and C. M. Chlebak

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 6, Number 4 / December 2013

Special Issue on DSM-5

Guest Editors: Gerald Young

The Evolving Construct of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): DSM-5 Criteria Changes and Legal Implications by L. A. Zoellner, M. A. Bedard-Gilligan, J. J. Jun, L. H. Marks, and N. M. Garcia

Underlying Dimensions of DSM-5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder Symptoms by T. L. Biehn, J. D. Elhai, L. D. Seligman, M. Tamburrino, C. Armour, and D. Forbes

DSM-5 Neurocognitive Disorders: Validity, Reliability, Fairness, and Utility in Forensic Applications by I. Z. Schultz

Ill-Treatment of Pain in the DSM-5 by G. Young

Implications of DSM-5 Personality Traits for Forensic Psychology by C. J. Hopwood and M. Sellbom

The DSM-5 and Forensic Relationship Status: It's Complicated by L. C. Thomas

Ethical Considerations in the Development and Application of Mental and Behavioral Nosologies: Lessons from DSM-5 by R. M. Gordon and L. Cosgrove

The Uses and Misuses of the DSM in Forensic Settings by A. Frances and R. Halon

Breaking Bad: DSM-5 Description, Criticisms, and Recommendations by G. Young


Volume 7

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 7, Number 1 / March 2014

Are Forensic Evaluations "Health Care" and Are They Regulated by HIPAA? by B. B. Borkosky, J. M. Pellett, and M. S. Thomas

The Admissibility of the R-PAS in Court by J. R. Gurley, B. L. Sheehan, L. D. Piechowski, and J. Gray

Forensic Assessment of Adults Reporting Childhood Sexualized Assault: A Lifespan Developmental Analysis by R. Barnes and N. Josefowitz

Forensic Assessment of Adults Reporting Childhood Sexualized Assault: Risk, Resilience, and Impacts by R. Barnes and N. Josefowitz

Specialized mTBI Symptom Validity Assessment: An All-In-One Compendium. A Review of: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Symptom Validity Assessment and Malingering by G. Kanter

Rigorous Thinking, and Not Just for the Courtroom by J. F. Benge

The Perfect Blend: A Research and Practical-Based Apprach to Forensic Neuropsychology by J. E. Kamper and B. N. Axelrod

Review of Cecil R. Reyolds and Arthur MacNeil Horton, J. (Eds): Detection of Malingering During Head Injury Litigation – Second Edition by D. B. Salisbury

Book Review: Back to Work! by E. Ecklund-Johnson

One Quintillion Ways to Have PTSD Comorbidity: Recommendations for the Disordered DSM-5 by G. Young, C. Lareau, and B. Pierre

PTSD, Endophenotypes, the RDoc, and the DSM-5 by G. Young

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 7, Number 2 / June 2014

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Special Topic

Guest Editors: Jon Elhai & Patrick Palmieri

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in DSM-5: New Criteria, New Measures, and Implications for Assessment by F. W. Weathers, B. P. Marx, M. J. Friedman, & P. P. Schnurr

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Comorbidity: Untangling the Gordian Knot by E. Lockwood & D. Forbes

Assessing the Latent Factor Association Between the Dysphoria Model of PTSD and Positive and Negative Affect in Trauma Victims from India by R. Charak, C. Armour, A. Elklit, H. M. Koot, & J. D. Elhai

Assessing Latent Level Associations Between PTSD and Dissociative Factors: Is Depersonalization and Derealization Related to PTSD Factors More So than Alternative Dissociative Factors? by C. Armour, A. A. Contractor, P. A. Palmieri, & J. D. Elhai

The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 Restructured Form and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Forensic Applications and Considerations by E. J. Wolf & M. W. Miller

The Importance of Establishing Reliability and Validity of Assessment Instruments for Mental Health Problems: And Example from Somali Children and Adolescents Living in Three Refugee Camps in Ehtiopia by B. J. Hall, E. Puffer, L. K. Murray, A. Ismael, J. K. Bass, A. Sim, & P. A. Bolton

Forensic Psychology

Setting the Record Straight: Comment on Gurley, Piechowski, Sheehan, and Gray (2014) on the Admissibility of the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS) in Court by R. E. Erard, G. J. Meyer, & D. J. Viglione

Symptom Validity Testing/ Malingering

Assessing Veteran Symptom Validity by A. C. Russo

Ethics

Cherry-Picking Records in Independent Medical Examinations: Strategies for Intervention to Mitigate a Legal and Ethical Imbroglio by M. E. Schatman & J. L. Thoman

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 7, Number 3 / September 2014

Traumatic Brain Injury Special Topic

Guest Editors: Heather G. Belanger & Maria A. Bergman

Psychological Assessment of Symptom and Performance Validity, Response Bias, and Malingering: Official Position of the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law by S. S. Bush, R. L. Heilbronner, & R. M. Ruff PDF Download

Resource Material for Ethical Psychological Assessment of Symptom and Performance Validity, Including Malingering by G. Young

Cross-Validation of Supplemental Test of Memory Malingering Scores as Performance Validity Measures by J. F. Kulas, B. N. Axelrod, & A. R. Rinaldi

Nocebo Effects and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Legal Implications by R. D. Vanderploeg, H. G. Belanger, & P. M. Kaufmann

Comparing the Recognition Memory Test and the Word Choice Test in a Mixed Clinical Sample: Are They Equivalent? by L. A. Erododi, N. L. Kirsch, R. Lajiness-O'Neill, E. Vingilis, & B. Medoff

Forensic Psychology

Who Is the Client and Who Controls Release of Records in a Forensic Evaluation? A Review of Ethics Codes and Practice Guidelines by B. Borkosky

Erratum

Erratum to: Cherry-Picking Records in Independent Medical Examinations: Strategies for Intervention to Mitigate a Legal and Ethical Imbroglio by M. E. Schatman & J. L. Thoman

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 7, Number 4 / December 2014

Pain Special Topic

Guest Editors: William W. Deardorff

Clinical and Forensic Standards for the Psychological Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain by D. Bruns

Psychological Screening Before Spine Surgery: Avoiding Failed Surgery Syndrome by J. Epker & A. R. Block

Perceived Injustice and Adverse Recovery Outcomes by M. J. L. Sullivan, E. Yakobov, W. Scott, & R. Tait

The Psychological Evaluation of Patients with Chronic Pain: A Review of BHI 2 Clinical and Forensic Interpretive Considerations by D. Bruns & J. M. Disorbio

Diagnosing Malingering in Chronic Pain by J. L. Etherton

Malingering

Feigning Screeners in VA PTSD Compensation and Pension Examinations by C. L. Ray

Traumatic Brain Injury

The Experience of Litigation after TBI. I: Barriers to Recovery by Y. K. Matsuzawa & M. P. Dijkers

Erratum

Erratum to: Nocebo Effects and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Legal Implications by R. D. Vanderploeg, H. G. Belanger, & P. M. Kaufmann


Volume 8

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 8, Number 1 / March 2015

Forensics

What Can the Rules of Evidence Teach Us About Writing Forensic Reports? by M. Karson

Civil and Criminal Forensic Psychological Assessment: Similarities and Unique Challenges by D. B. Wygant & C. R. Lareau

Assessment

Framing the Results: Assessment of Response Bias Through Select Self-Report Measures in Psychological Injury Evaluations by C. E. Sleep, J. A. Petty, & D. B. Wygant

A Brief Primer on Test Accuracy Statistics and Related Matters by R. E. Erard

Malingering

Advanced Administration and Interpretation of Multiple Validity Tests by A. P. Odland, A. B. Lammy, P. K. Martin, C. L. Grote, & W. Mittenberg

Disability

Ethical Quandaries for Psychologists in Workers' Compensation Settings: The GAF Gaffe by S. Gholizadeh, V. L. Malcarne, & M. E. Schatman

Does Blame Impede Health Recovery After Transport Accidents? by N. A. Elbers, A. Collie, & A. J. Akkermans

Traumatic Brain Injury

The Experience of Litigation After TBI. II: Coping with Litigation After TBI by Y. K. Matsuzawa & M. P. Dijkers

Erratum

Erratum to: Who Is the Client and Who Controls Release of Records in a Forensic Evaluation? A Review of Ethics Codes and Practice Guidelines by B. Borkosky

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 8, Number 2 / June 2015

Traumatic Brain Injury

The Development of a Reduced-Item Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS) by S. A. Malcore, C. Schutte, S. A. Van Dyke, & B. N. Axelrod

Making Sure Neuropsychological Data Are Meaningful: Use of Performance Validity Testing in Medicolegal and Clinical Contexts by C. Schutte, B. N. Axelrod, & E. Montoya

General Interest

Generational Wartime Behavioral Health Crises: Part One of a Preliminary Analysis by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Investigating Recurrent Generational Wartime Behavioral Health Crises: Part Two of a Preliminary Analysis by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Procedural Justice and the Use of Independent Medical Evaluations in Workers' Compensation by E. Kilgour, A. Kosny, A. Akkermans, & A. Collie

Malingering

Detection System for Malingered PTSD and Related Response Biases by G. Young [Click for Free Download until Sept 1, 2015]

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 8, Number 3 / September 2015

Special Topic: Science, Bias, and Continuing Education in Psychological Injury and Law

Science, Bias, and Continuing to Educate by G. Young

Malingering in Forensic Disability-Related Assessments: Prevalence 15 +/- 15% by G. Young

Towards Balanced VA and SSA Policies in Psychological Injury Disability Assessment by G. Young

Dimensions and Dissociation in PTSD in the DSM-5: Towards Eight Core Symptoms by G. Young

PTSD-SUD Comorbidities in the Context of Psychological Injury and Law by G. Young & J. X. Wang

Traumatic Brain Injury

Application of the Daubert Standards to the Meyers Neuropsychological Battery Using the Rohling Interpretive Method by M. L. Rohling, J. E. Meyers, G. R. Williams, S. S. Kalat, S. K. Williams, & J. Keene

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 8, Number 4 / December 2015

Ethical Issues in Psychological Injury and Law: Multiple Dilemmas in a Rapidly Expanding Field

Guest Editors: Paul M. Richards & Michael E. Schatman

The Dirty Dozen: 12 Sources of Bias in Forensic Neuropsychology with Ways to Mitigate by P. M. Richards, J. A. Geiger, & C. M. Tussey

Evolving Roles, Innovative Practice, and Rapid Technology Growth: Remaining Ethical in Modern Clinical Neuropsychology by C. M. Tussey, B. A. Marcopulos, & S. S. Bush

Professional Ethics in Sports Neuropsychology by R. J. Echemendia & R. M. Bauer

Up Close and Personal: Ethics-Guided Practice by T. R. Kerkhoff

Valid Psychological Injury Claims: Respecting the Needs of Survivors by M. E. Schatman & J. L. Thoman

Integrating Behavioral Care into Interdisciplinary Pain Settings: Unique Ethical Dilemmas by K. M. Wawrzyniak, J. Backstorm, & R. J. Kulich

Professional and Ethical Challenges in Determinations of Causality of Psychological Disability by S. Gholizadeh & V. L. Malcarne

Ethical Issues in Geropsychology: Clinical and Forensic Perspectives by S. S. Bush, R. S. Allen, A. L. Heck, & J. Moye


Volume 9

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 9, Number 1 / March 2016

Justice-Related Appraisals and Recovery Outcomes

Guest Editors: Michael Sullivan

Introduction to the Special Issue on Justice-Related Appraisals and Recovery Outcomes by M. J. L. Sullivan

Sources of Injustice Among Individuals with Persistent Pain Following Musculoskeletal Injury by W. Scott, A. McEvoy, R. Garland, E. Bernier, M. Milioto, Z. Trost, & M. Sullivan

Workers’ Compensation Claimants with Low Back Pain: The Role of Dissatisfaction in the Transition to Disability by R. C. Tait & J. T. Chibnall

Catastrophizing Mediates the Relationship Between the Personal Belief in a Just World and Pain Outcomes Among Chronic Pain Support Group Attendees by J. L. McParland & C. Knussen

Perceived Injustice Predicts Intention to Litigate: Findings from a Spinal Cord Injury Sample by Z. Trost, K. R. Monden, M. Buelow, A. Boals, & W. Scott

Treatment-Related Reductions in Disability Are Associated with Reductions in Perceived Injustice Following Treatment of Whiplash Injury by E. Yakobov, W. Scott, P. Thibault, & M. J. L. Sullivan

Psychometric Properties of a Brief Instrument to Assess Perceptions of Injustice Associated with Debilitating Health and Mental Health Conditions by M. J. L. Sullivan, H. Adams, E. Yakobov, T. Ellis, & P. Thibault

General Interest

Contribution of Military Organization and Leadership Factors in Perpetuating Generational Cycle of Preventable Wartime Mental Health Crises: Part One by M. C. Russell, S. N. Butkus, & C. R. Figley

Is It Time for a Behavioral Health Corps? Ending the Generational Cycle of Preventable Wartime Mental Health Crises – Part 2 by M. C. Russell, S. N. Butkus, & C. R. Figley

Erratum

Erratum to: Dimensions and Dissociation in PTSD in the DSM-5: Towards Eight Core Symptoms by G. Young

Erratum to: Professional and Ethical Challenges in Determiantions of Causality of Psychological Disability by S. Gholizadeh & V. L. Malcarne

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 9, Number 2 / June 2016

Forensics

Psychological Testimony and the Daubert Standard by R. H. Woody

The Role of Suggestibility in Personal Injury Claims by I. B. Frumkin

Malingering

The Self-Report Symptom Inventory (SRSI): A New Instrument for the Assessment of Distorted Symptom Endorsement by T. Merten, H. Merckelbach, P. Giger, & A. Stevens

The BDAE Complex Ideational Material – A Measure of Receptive Language or Performance Validity? by L. A. Erdodi, B. T. Tyson, C. A. Abeare, J. D. Lichtenstein, C. L. Pelletier, J. K. Rai, & R. M. Roth

Traumatic Brain Injury

A Meta-Analytic Review of Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2nd Edition (MMPI-2) Profile Elevations Following Traumatic Brain Injury by M. Edmundson, D. T. R. Berry, W. M. High Jr., A. L. Shandera-Ochsner, J. P. Harp, & L. M. Koehl

Homogenous Base Rates for Malingering in Neuropsychological Examination of Litigants by R. M. Ruff, J. Klopfer, & J. Blank

Neuropsychological, Psychological, and Vocational Assessment of High Achievers in a Medicolegal Context by I. Z. Schultz & S. Greer

General Interest

Exploring Options Including Class Action to Transform Military Mental Healthcare and End the Generational Cycle of Preventable Wartime Behavioral Health Crises by M. C. Russell, B. Zinn, & C. R. Figley

Psychological Safety for Mental Health Practitioners: Suggestions from a Defense Lawyer by R. H. Woody

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 9, Number 3 / September 2016

Special Issue: Sexual Harassment

Guest Editors: William E. Foote & Louise F. Fitzgerald

Psychological Injury and the Law Special Issue: Sexual Harassment by W. E. Foote & L. F. Fitzgerald

“Because of … Sex”: The Historical Development of Workplace Sexual Harassment Law in the USA by C. R. Lareau

Sexual Harassment Litigation: A Road to Re-victimization or Recovery? by A. K. Lawson & L. F. Fitzgerald

The Psychological Impact of Previous Victimization: Examining the “Abuse Defense” in a Sample of Harassment Litigants by M. E. Reed, L. L. Collingsworth, A. K. Lawson, & L. F. Fitzgerald

Workplace Sexual Harassment in Policing: Perceived Psychological Injuries by Source and Severity by J. Goodman-Delahunty, R. Schuller, & N. Martschuk

Sexual Harassment: What Forensic Clinical Psychologists Need from Social Scientists by W. E. Foote

Law

Evaluating the Reliability of Expert Evidence in Compensation Procedures: Are Diagnosticians Influened by the Narrative Fallacy when Assessing the Psychological Injuries of Trauma Victims? by M. J. J. Kunst & M. Van de Wiel

General Interest

Worst Expert Testimony Ever by S. L. Brodsky & J. K. Wilson

If It Walks Like A Duck: A Case of Confirmatory Bias by R. E. Erard

The 4 Ds of Forensic Mental Health Assessments of Personal Injury by G. Young & S. L. Brodsky

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 9, Number 4 / December 2016

Special Issue: Psychological Injury and Worker Compensation

Guest Editors: William Deardorff

Psychological Injuries, Workers’ Compensation Insurance, and Mental Health Policy Issues by E. A. Wise

Management of Occupational Low Back Pain: A Case Study of the Missouri Workers’ Compensation System by R. C. Tait & J. T. Chibnall

The Usage of the AMA Guides for the Determination of Psychological Injury Within the State and Federal Workers’ Compensation Systems by P. A. Warren

Pain-Related Symptom Reporting Among Hispanics: Implications for Forensic Psychological Evaluations by L. E. Aguerrevere, Y. A. Castillo, R. C. Nicks, R. Juan, & K. L. Curtis

Functioning Well in a Dysfunctional System: Recommendations for Clinical Psychologists in Workers’ Compensation Settings by S. Gholizadeh, V. L. Malcarne, & M. E. Schatman

Compensation System Experience at 12 Months After Road or Workplace Injury in Victoria, Australia by L. Ioannou, S. Braaf, P. Cameron, S. J. Gibson, J. Ponsford, P. A. Jennings, C. A. Arnold, N. Georgiou-Karistianis, & M. J. Giummarra


Volume 10

Psychological journal articles from:
Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 10, Number 1 / March 2017

Military Psychology

Do the Military’s Frontline Psychiatry/ Combat and Operational Stress Control Doctrine Help or Harm Veterans? – Part One: Framing the Issue by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Do the Military’s Frontline Psychiatry/ Combat Operational Stress Control Programs Benefit Veterans? Part Two: Systematic Review of the Evidence by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Is the Military’s Century-Old Frontline Psychiatry Policy Harmful to Veterans and Their Families? Part Three of a Systematic Review by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Malingering & SVT

Limited English Proficiency Increases Failure Rates on Performance Validity Tests with High Verbal Mediation by L. A. Erdodi, S. Nussbaum, S. Sagar, C. A. Abeare, & E. S. Schwartz

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 10, Number 2 / June 2017

Special Topic: Non-Credible Presentation During the Psychoeducational Assessment of Young Adults

Guest Editor: Laszlo A. Erdodi

Detecting Feigned Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Current Methods and Future Directions by S. Sagar, C. J. Miller, & L. A. Erdodi

The Challenges and Limitations of Diagnosing and Pharmacologically Treating ADHD in University Students by B. Bordoff

Psychometric Markers of Genuine and Feigned Neurodevelopmental Disorders in the Context of Applying for Academic Accomodations by J. L. Hurtubise, A. Scavone, S. Sagar, & L. A. Erdodi

Clinical, Ethical, and Forensic Implications of a Flexible Threshold for LD and ADHD in Postsecondary Settings by A. G. Harrison

Assessing Functional Impairments in ADHD: Concerns for Validity of Self-Report by J. A. Suhr, C. Cook, & B. Morgan

General Interest

Conducting Veteran Dependency and Indemnity Compensation Exams: Establishing a Nexus Between Mental Health and Death by J. L. Garbelman

The Insanity Exemption to Other than Honorable Discharge for the Purpose of Claiming Benefits: The Role of the Mental Health Examiner by J. L. Garbelman

On Being a Novice Forensic Evaluator: Reflections from Early Career Forensic Psychologists by J. Cox, L. D. Stinar, & E. E. Foster

Erratum

Erratum to: Do the Military's Frontline Psychiatry/ Combat and Operational Stress Control Doctrine Help or Harm Veterans? - Part One: Framing the Issue by M. C. Russell & C. R. Figley

Psychological Injury and Law
Volume 10, Number 3 / September 2017

Special Topic: Non-Credible Presentation During the Psychoeducational Assessment of Young Adults II

Guest Editor: Laszlo A. Erdodi

Characteristics of ADHD in the Emerging Adult: An Overview by M. Abecassis, P. K. Isquith, & R. M. Roth

The Status of Structural and Functional MRI in Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder by G. Lin & R. M. Roth

Special Topic: Veteran Affairs C&P Assessment

Guest Editor: Gerald Young

Practical Use of MMPI-2-RF Validity Indicators in VA Compensation and Pension Examinations by C. L. Ray

Core Competencies in VA Compensation and Pension Exams for PTSD and Other Mental Disorders by T. Johansen

Special Topic: Veterans Court and Therapeutic Jurisprudence

Guest Editors: Jack Tsai & Gerald Young

Why a Disability Rights Tribunal Must Be Premised on Therapeutic Jurisprudence Principles by M. L. Perlin & M. Gallagher

The Effectiveness of One Mental Health Court: Overcoming Criminal History by J. S. Costopoulos & B. L. Wellman

Special Topic: Complications and Confounding Conditions in Psychological Injury

Guest Editors: Gerald Young & Eileen Kohutis

Logical Paradoxes and Paradoxical Constellations in Medicolegal Assessment by T. Merten

Plausibility Judgments of Atypical Symptoms Across Cultures: An Explorative Study Among Western and Non-Western Experts by I. Boskovic, D. van der Heide, L. Hope, H. Merckelbach, & M. Jelicic

Erratum

Erratum to: Plausibility Judgments of Atypical Symptoms Across Cultures: An Explorative Study Among Western and Non-Western Experts by I. Boskovic, D. van der Heide, L. Hope, H. Merckelbach, & M. Jelicic

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