6 edition of Forensic evaluation of juveniles found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-268) and index.
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||RA1148 .G75 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||98014684|
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As in the first edition, the focus is on guiding forensic examiners through every step of the evaluation process. As one reviewer commented, "It is impossible to overstate the immense impact—on clinical practice and on public policy—that this book has already had. Since the original Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles was published, the U.S. juvenile justice system itself has been transformed. The original Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles was written during the so-called "super-predator" era of the s, when all state laws had been modified to "get tough" on young offenders, providing them with "adult.
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In the 15 years between the first and second editions of Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles, the work of Thomas Grisso has transformed the law of juvenile justice.
It is impossible to overstate the immense impact - on clinical practice and on public policy - that this book has already by: In the 15 years between the first and second editions of Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles, the work of Thomas Grisso has transformed the law of juvenile justice.
It is impossible to overstate the immense impact - on clinical practice and on public policy - that this book has already had. The appearance of a new and thoroughly updated edition is 5/5(5). Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In recent years, juvenile courts and juvenile attorneys h /5(8). Source. Grisso, T. Forensic evaluation of juveniles. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press. ISBN X, Cited by: These guidelines primarily focus on disposition evaluations, which describe adolescent offenders and paths to rehabilitation, and transfer evaluations, which determine whether juveniles should be moved to adult courts.
Psychological assessments can greatly influence a judge's decision, so this book will help forensic cliniciansPages: Evaluation questions include the youth's competence to stand trial, competence to waive Miranda rights prior to giving a confession, the risk of future violence, rehabilitation needs, and whether he or she should be tried as a juvenile or an book offers detailed guidance in performing evaluations.
a book on the very best practice regarding juvenile forensic evaluation and treatment. It is this conﬂuence of rapid change in research and policy that led to the writing of this monograph.
Through science and practical experience, it became increasingly. Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles by Thomas Grisso. List Price: $; ISBN ; ISBN ; Edition: 2nd; Type: Paperback; Publisher: Professional Resource Press; About The Book. A thoroughly updated and expanded second edition of the author's groundbreaking publication.
It is a clear, thoughtful, and practical. Forensic mental health assessment (FMHA) has grown into a specialization informed by research and professional guidelines. This series presents up-to-date information on the most important and frequently conducted forms of FMHA.
The 19 topical volumes address best approaches to practice for particular types of evaluation in the criminal, civil, and juvenile/family areas. Our Forensic Files piece in the March issue of Psychiatry involved a young child charged with a serious crime who did not understand the complex legal situation he was confronting.
The piece was intended as an introduction to child forensic evaluations and meant to distinguish these types of evaluations from adult forensic evaluations. Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles - Second Edition (paperbound)-• pp paperbound ISBN: • This title appears on the American Board.
Forensic Evaluation – Juvenile CPT Code Modifier HA for Competency to Stand Trial Modifier TG for Treatment Amenability InitialRev Service Definition: Juvenile Forensic Evaluations are appropriate for juveniles where there is an issue of the child’s competency, or for any other juvenile where there is.
This book may meet the needs of mental health professionals seeking an introduction to juvenile court history and structure, but it is not a comprehensive resource for forensic assessment of mental disorders or for the types of assessments that tend to be performed by forensic.
Includes the book and post-test. This hour home-study course features a multiple choice test based on the book Forensic Evaluations Of Juveniles, Second Edition () by Thomas Grisso, Ph.D. SYNOPSIS: Much has happened in the 15 years since the publication of the original Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles (FEJ).
In the s a moral panic swept through the United States over juvenile "super-predators," ruthless youngsters devoid of empathy or morality who would terrorize the good citizenry -- raping, looting and murdering with abandon.
Although the hysterical, racially coded predictions proved unfounded (the spike in violent crime was just a historical blip on the radar screen), politicians passed. Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles (Second Edition) - CE Program (BOOK & TEST) - 14 Credits/Hours-A credit, question book-based CE program based.
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Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles - Second Edition (14 CE Credits/Hours) - Complete Program* Exam questions based on materials by Thomas Grisso, PhD, ABPP Buy $ Course description *This complete Online Course includes a PDF of the book, Forensic Evaluations of Juveniles (Second Edition), and the Final Exam.
If you have access to the book. Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles is a pleasure to read. Clinicians who follow its advice will provide high-quality consultation, and the book should set standards that will significantly improve consultative practice with the courts and youth corrections : Richard Barnum.
The American Psychological Association has recently released a new book by Randy Salekin that examines relevant issues in the forensic evaluation and treatment of juveniles. Forensic Evaluation and Treatment of Juveniles: Innovation and Best Practice.
GRISSO, Thomas. Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 3O4 pp. $ (h). In recent years, juvenile courts and attorneys have come to rely heavily on mental health professionals for evaluations of youths in delinquency cases.Access to the book, Forensic Evaluation of Juveniles (Second Edition), is required to complete the exam.
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