Disorders of Executive Functions – Civil and Criminal Law Applications

//Disorders of Executive Functions – Civil and Criminal Law Applications

Disorders of Executive Functions – Civil and Criminal Law Applications

Article Title: Disorders of Executive Functions – Civil and Criminal Law Applications (excerpts from the book)

Authors: Harold Hall, PhD and Robert Sbordone, PhD

Date of Publication: 1993

“Law and neuropsychology of executive functions will be increasingly intertwined as findings are applied to forensic settings and situations. In instances where executive impairment is suspected, this book will assist the forensic evaluator to demonstrate the relationship between frontal lobe impairment and criminal/civil behavior.”

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