Gerald Young, Andrew W. Kane, Keith Nicholson. ______________________________________________________________________ Section I. Causality and Psychological Evidence: Concepts, Terms, Issues.
Chapter 2. Causality in Psychology and Law
Gerald Young, Andrew W. Kane. Chapter 3. Causality: Concepts, Issues, and Recommendations
Gerald Young. Chapter 4. Dictionary of Terms Related to Causality, Causation, Law, and Psychology
Gerald Young, Ronnie Shore. Chapter 5. Multicausal Perspectives on Psychological Injury I: PTSD and MTBI
Gerald Young. Chapter 6. Multicausal Perspectives on Psychological Injury II: Chronic Pain
Gerald Young. Chapter 7. Multicausal Perspectives on Psychological Injury III: Conclusions
Gerald Young. Chapter 8. Pain, Affect, Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Chronic Pain: Bringing Order to Disorder
Gerald Young, C. Richard Chapman. Chapter 9. Considering Course and Treatment in Rehabilitation: Sequential and Dynamic Causality
Douglas Salmon, Marek Celinski, Gerald Young. Section II. Causality in Court: Psychological Considerations.
Andrew W. Kane. Chapter 10. Basic Concepts in Psychology and Law Chapter 11. Conducting a Psychological Assessment Chapter 12. Other Psycho-Legal Issues Chapter 13. Summary and Conclusions Section III. Malingering in Psychological Injury: TBI, Pain, and PTSD.
Keith Nicholson, Michael F. Martelli. Chapter 14. Malingering: Overview and Basic Concepts Chapter 15. The Effect of Compensation Status Chapter 16. Malingering: Traumatic Brain Injury Chapter 17. Malingering: Chronic Pain Chapter 18. Malingering: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression Chapter 19. Malingering: Summary and Conclusions ___________________________________________________________________ Chapter 20. Causation, Psychology, and Law
Daniel W. Shuman, Jennifer L. Hardy. Chapter 21. Conclusions on Causality: Psychological Evidence in Court
Gerald Young, Andrew W. Kane, Keith Nicholson. Sources and Citations