Shane S. Bush Ph.D.,Dominic A., Ph.D. Carone's Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Symptom Validity Assessment and PDF

By Shane S. Bush Ph.D.,Dominic A., Ph.D. Carone

This authoritative quantity is the 1st publication in particular dedicated to symptom validity evaluate with people with a recognized or suspected heritage of light hectic mind damage (MTBI). It brings jointly top specialists in MTBI, symptom validity review, and malingering to supply an intensive and sensible consultant to the demanding job of assessing the validity of sufferer displays after an MTBI. The booklet describes suggestions that may tremendously modify case conceptualization, remedy, and equitable allocation of assets. as well as overlaying crucial symptom validity evaluation equipment, this well timed quantity presents tips to clinicians on expert and study concerns, and data on symptom validity checking out in various populations.

The e-book covers MTBI evaluate in such particular settings and populations as scientific, forensic, activities, young children, gerontological, and armed forces. It additionally addresses specialist concerns reminiscent of supplying suggestions to sufferers approximately symptom validity, moral concerns, and diagnostic schemas. Mild disturbing mind damage will supply neuropsychologists, referring healthiness care prone, courts, incapacity insurance firms, the army, and athletic teams/leagues with the in-depth, present details that's serious for the exact and moral overview of MTBI.

Key Features:

  • Provides in-depth, specialist insurance of 1 of the main severe issues for scientific neuropsychologists
  • Includes contributions from the best specialists on either MTBI/post-concussive syndrome and malingering/symptom validity
  • Covers review in such contexts as civil forensics, activities, military/veterans, and gerontological settings

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