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Vol. 1, 1973

Legal problems involved in implementing the right to treatment. G. H. Morris,
1(1): 1-37, 1973

The mentally disordered defendant in limbo: His right to treatment in the criminal process. G. A. Toner,
1(1): 38-56, 1973

Teaching materials in forensic psychiatry. J. R. Rappeport,
1(1): 57-60, 1973

Judicial remedies and institutional standards. R. Slovenko,
1(2): 95-123, 1973

A view of traumatic neurosis. H. A. Raskin,
1(2): 124-141, 1973

Remarks at meeting of APA Committee on Psychiatry and the Law/AAPL. J. John S. Langford,
1(2): 142-155, 1973

The practice of psychiatry in the prison society. B. M. Cormier,
1(2): 156-183, 1973

Who are the dangerous. M. G. Rector,
1(3): 186-188, 1973

Implications from the Baxstrom experience. H. J. Steadman,
1(3): 189-196, 1973

A response to implications from the Baxstrom experience. J. R. Rappeport,
1(3): 197-198, 1973

A bill of rights for children. J. Henry H. Foster,
1(3): 199-203, 1973

Dangerousness. M. G. Goldzband,
1(4): 238-244, 1973

The psychiatrist and the subpoena. M. Grossman,
1(4): 245-253, 1973

The personality of the compulsive drug user. L. Wurmser,
1(4): 254-259, 1973

A joint effort between the court, the jail, and a drug treatment program. W. E. Abramson and C. I. Thistel,
1(4): 260-266, 1973

Psychiatric consultation for the court. S. Pollack,
1(4): 267-283, 1973

Psychosurgery. R. Slovenko,
1(4): 284-288, 1973

LSD and competence. W. Rieger and K. A. Kessler,
1(4): 289-290, 1973

Vol. 2, 1974

Forensic psychiatry--a specialty. S. Pollack,
2(1): 1-6, 1974

Psychosurgery and other somatic means of altering behavior. J. B. Robitscher,
2(1): 7-33, 1974

The officer-inmate relationship: its role in the Attica rebellion. R. E. Gould,
2(1): 34-45, 1974

Survey of teaching programs in law and psychiatry. R. L. Sadoff, J. W. Thrasher, Jr. and D. W. Gottlieb,
2(2): 67-72, 1974

The evaluation of prison treatment and preventive detention programs: some problems faced by the Patuxent institution. N. T. Sidley,
2(2): 73-95, 1974

Psychosurgery and the psychiatric implications of the Kaimowitz case. R. T. Rada,
2(2): 96-100, 1974

Informed consent, confidentiality and privilege in psychiatry: practical applications. R. L. Sadoff,
2(2): 101-6, 1974

Informed consent, confidentiality and privilege in psychiatry: legal implications. R. J. Joling,
2(2): 107-10, 1974

An approach to recidivism. W. Bromberg and B. Berrian,
2(2): 111-4, 1974

Anglo-American criminal insanity: an historical perspective. J. M. Quen,
2(2): 115-23, 1974

Isaac Ray: have we learned his lessons? J. M. Quen,
2(3): 137-47, 1974

Enforced treatment--is it treatment? J. R. Rappefort,
2(3): 148-58, 1974

The right to treatment and the medical establishment. A. A. Stone,
2(3): 159-67, 1974

Isaac Ray Symposium: Human rights, the law and psychiatric treatment. Summary and discussion: the first day of the symposium. J. R. Weisberger,
2(3): 168-71, 1974

Dangerousness as a criterion for confinement. A. M. Dershowitz,
2(3): 172-9, 1974

Empiricism in mental health law. A. L. McGarry,
2(3): 180-4, 1974

Emerging legal rights for the mentally handicapped. B. J. Ennis, Jr.,
2(3): 185-93, 1974

Isaac Ray Symposium: Human rights, the law and psychiatric treatment. Summary and discussion: the second day of the symposium. J. R. Weisberger,
2(3): 194-5, 1974

Comments on the new Rhode Island Mental Health Law. H. Taussig,
2(3): 196-7, 1974

Criminal justice and violence. J. B. Robitscher,
2(4): 205-15, 1974

A functional information retrieval system for forensic psychiatrists (one man's system). J. R. Rappeport,
2(4): 216-9, 1974

A psychiatric ward run by inmates in a prison setting. A. H. Peck,
2(4): 220-2, 1974

From moral treatment to railroading out of the mental hospital. R. Slovenko and E. D. Luby,
2(4): 223-36, 1974

Historical reflections on American legal psychiatry. J. M. Quen,
2(4): 237-41, 1974

Forensic psychiatry as a vehicle for teaching clinical psychiatry. E. Tanay,
2(4): 242-5, 1974

Role conflicts of the prison psychiatrist. R. Ketai,
2(4): 246-50, 1974

Factors affecting length of hospitalization in persons adjudicated not guilty by reason of insanity. G. Cooke and C. R. Sikorski,
2(4): 251-61, 1974

Forensic psychiatry training for child psychiatrists. E. P. Benedek,
2(4): 262-5, 1974

The devil's advocate. Anonymous,
2(4): 271-3, 1974

Editorial: The role of the psychiatrist expert witness. H. E. Thomas,
2(4): iv, 1974

The president's message. As I see it--forensic psychiatry in balance. S. L. Pollack,
2(4): v-vii, 1974

Vol. 3, 1975

Regressive behavior in maximum security prisoners: a preliminary communication. H. E. Thomas,
3(1): 1-9, 1976

Patuxent revisited. J. R. Rappeport,
3(1): 10-6, 1976

Global amnesia: organic and functional considerations. J. M. Suarez and A. T. Pittluck,
3(1): 17-24, 1976

A family therapist looks at the problem of incest. G. P. Sholevar,
3(1): 25-31, 1976

Risks of state and private hospital psychiatrists in involuntary hospitalization in re: right to treatment. R. L. Sadoff,
3(1): 32-7, 1976

The devil's advocate. Anonymous,
3(1): 50-1, 1976

Right to treatment. I. Cohen, N. L. Cohen and R. L. Sadoff,
3(2): 59-65, 1975

Involuntary treatment--its legal limitations. J. R. German,
3(2): 66-9, 1975

The right to education: due process and the inner city child. L. J. Katz and R. J. Bonfield,
3(2): 70-82, 1975

Psychiatric testimony and the Rashomon phenomenon. I. N. Perr,
3(2): 83-98, 1975

One right too many. S. Rachlin,
3(2): 99-102, 1975

Court clinics and defendants' rights. J. B. Robitscher,
3(2): 103-11, 1975

The devil's advocate. The Karen Anne Quinlan case. H. H. Foster,
3(2): 117-8, 1975

The Commission on Judicial Action of the American Psychiatric Association: origins and prospects--a personal view. A. A. Stone,
3(3): 119-22, 1975

Some comments on labelling. L. H. Roth,
3(3): 123-31, 1975

Historical reflections on the sesquicentennial of the founding of the Boston Prison Discipline Society (1825-1854). J. M. Quen,
3(3): 132-3, 1975

Recent legal-psychiatric developments in California. S. Pollack,
3(3): 134-8, 1975

Some recent legal-psychiatric developments in the United States. I. N. Perr,
3(3): 139-42, 1975

Psychiatric testimony in a criminal setting. M. L. Perlin,
3(3): 143-51, 1975

Suicide among males in prison--why not? H. E. Payson,
3(3): 152-61, 1975

The prison inmate's right to treatment and the general hospital: a case report of acute intermittent porphyria. J. R. Ciccone, S. Perez and D. J. Barry,
3(3): 162-4, 1975

Patterns of Eskimo homicide. J. D. Bloom,
3(3): 165-74, 1975

Inservice training of nonprofessional counselors in a correctional institution setting. H. S. Bernard and B. S. Yudowitz,
3(3): 175-84, 1975

Use of depo-provera in the treatment of aggressive sexual offenders: preliminary report of three cases. D. J. Barry and J. R. Ciccone,
3(3): 179-84, 1975

The tort liability of the psychiatrist. S. E. Fishalow,
3(4): 191-230, 1975

Aphasia and the expert medical witness. R. T. Rada, B. E. Porch and R. Kellner,
3(4): 231-7, 1975

The right of the defendant to refuse an insanity plea. O. M. Bruning,
3(4): 238-44, 1975

The influence on judges' sentencing practices of a mental evaluation. G. Cooke and E. Pogany,
3(4): 245-51, 1975

Cross-cultural forensic psychiatry in Alaska. J. D. Bloom,
3(4): 252-6, 1975

Causative factors in violence. W. S. Wille,
3(4): 257-61, 1975

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
3(4): 263-4, 1975

Vol. 4, 1976

Introduction and history of position statement on the insanity defense for the proposed Federal criminal code. S. Pollack,
4(1): 1-23, 1976

Decision-making regarding release programs for committed criminal offenders. S. H. Manne and D. Rosenthal,
4(1): 24-36, 1976

Introduction of a psychiatric acute care clinic into a metropolitan jail. J. Petrich,
4(1): 37-44, 1976

Competency to "cop a plea". I. N. Perr,
4(1): 45-50, 1976

"Motiveless" public assassins. J. L. Gallemore, Jr. and J. A. Panton,
4(1): 51-7, 1976

A psychiatric study of violent behavior in lifers. R. Pakola and R. L. Sadoff,
4(1): 58-66, 1976

Some methodological problems in studying violent offenders. S. E. Edelman and A. R. Felthous,
4(1): 67-72, 1976

The insantiy defense: M'Naghten vs. ALI. R. H. Sauer and P. M. Mullens,
4(1): 73-5, 1976

Rights of the mentally handicapped. M. L. Perlin,
4(1): 77-86, 1976

A guarded word of welcome. M. G. Goldzband,
4(2): 101-4, 1976

An attorney's approach to psychiatrists in custody cases. J. Lightner,
4(2): 105-13, 1976

The crisis of custody: how a psychiatrist can be of help. T. A. Rodgers,
4(2): 114-9, 1976

Johnnie and Suzie, don't cry: Mommy and Daddy aren't that way. T. L. Trunnell,
4(2): 120-6, 1976

Custody proceedings: battlefield or peace conference? B. F. Lindsley,
4(2): 127-31, 1976

Legal implications of behavior modification programs. M. L. Perlin,
4(2): 175-83, 1976

The devil's advocate [editorial]. H. H. Foster,
4(2): 194-6, 1976

Patients' rights and the psychiatrist's dilemma. L. E. Kopolow,
4(3): 197-203, 1976

The role of the lawyer in mental health advocacy. M. L. Perlin and W. W. Siggers,
4(3): 204-15, 1976

Legislative liaison as critical intervention. W. D. Weitzel,
4(3): 216-20, 1976

Juvenile court: a behavioral science perspective. J. M. Suarez and E. Smith,
4(3): 221-6, 1976

Juvenile court: a lawyer's reply to the behavioral science perspective. B. McCarthy,
4(3): 227-30, 1976

Guardian's authority to involuntarily hospitalize the incompetent ward. J. L. Sullivan,
4(3): 231-4, 1976

The battered child syndrome--some research aspects. S. M. Smith,
4(3): 235-43, 1976

On the distinction between medical and legal diagnosis. N. T. Sidley,
4(3): 244-50, 1976

An analysis of demographic variables in adolescent defendants evaluated in a forensic psychiatry clinic. R. Rosner, M. Wiederlight, M. B. Horner-Rosner and R. R. Wieczorek,
4(3): 251-7, 1976

Adolescent psychopathology in a family court. H. G. Nurnberg,
4(3): 258-63, 1976

Justice is not a psychiatric term. R. C. Marvit and K. Fukunaga,
4(3): 264-8, 1976

The right to refuse psychiatric treatment: a clinical perspective. P. B. Hoffman,
4(3): 269-74, 1976

Collaboration between psychiatry and the law: a study of 100 referrals to a court clinic. J. R. Ciccone and D. J. Barry,
4(3): 275-80, 1976

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
4(3): 284-6, 1976

Public enemy no. 1 to community and mental health: the automobile. R. Slovenko,
4(3): 287-9, 1976

Professional competence and the professional organization. Editorial. N. T. Sidley,
4(3): iv-vi, 1976

Violence in families: an overview. R. L. Sadoff,
4(4): 292-6, 1976

Neurological factors in violent behavior (the dyscontrol syndrome). F. A. Elliott,
4(4): 297-315, 1976

Family violence and criminal behavior. M. E. Wolfgang,
4(4): 316-27, 1976

Psychodynamic aspects of violence. S. L. Halleck,
4(4): 328-35, 1976

Violence toward children: medicolegal aspects. H. H. Foster, Jr.,
4(4): 336-40, 1976

Symposium on violence in families: questions and answers. Anonymous,
4(4): 341-50, 1976

Folie a deux in the parents of psychosocial dwarfs: two cases. J. Money and J. Werlwas,
4(4): 351-62, 1976

Juvenile court system. The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
4(4): 367-9, 1976

Vol. 5, 1977

The right to refuse treatment: a broad view. J. J. Cocozza and M. E. Melick,
5(1): 1-7, 1977

The right to refuse treatment: administrative considerations. M. K. Arafeh,
5(1): 8-14, 1977

The right to refuse treatment: legal issues. K. R. Wing,
5(1): 15-9, 1977

Declining interest in forensic psychiatry: recent developments in Denmark. B. B. Svendsen,
5(1): 20-8, 1977

Hospital liability for suicide: a regional survey. P. F. Slawson and D. E. Flinn,
5(1): 29-33, 1977

Changing laws and ethics in psychiatry. R. L. Sadoff,
5(1): 34-40, 1977

Classification of offenders for prognostic and dispositional evaluation. E. Revitch,
5(1): 41-50, 1977

Termination of parental rights: a descriptive review. J. B. Reinhart, S. L. Evans and G. D. Fisher,
5(1): 51-60, 1977

Psychiatric hospitalization of criminal defendants: new horizons. F. G. Reed and R. L. Fox,
5(1): 61-7, 1977

Living with your rights off. P. B. Hoffman,
5(1): 68-74, 1977

Lesbian mother child custody: legal and psychiatric aspects. B. S. Harris,
5(1): 75-89, 1977

When doctors disagree: differing views on competency. R. L. Goldstein and M. Stone,
5(1): 90-7, 1977

The psychiatric evaluation of dangerousness in two trial court jurisdictions. M. L. Forst,
5(1): 98-110, 1977

Editorial: "Belegaled". J. R. Rappeport,
5(1): iv-vii, 1977

The patuxent experiment. P. P. Lejins,
5(2): 116-33, 1977

An overview of the Contract Research Corporation evaluation of Patuxent Institution. H. B. Shear,
5(2): 134-43, 1977

Patuxent and discretion in the criminal justice system. B. H. Hoff,
5(2): 144-60, 1977

A cost-effectiveness analysis of Patuxent Institution. N. M. Singer and H. S. Bloom,
5(2): 161-70, 1977

Patuxent institution from a psychiatric perspective, circa 1977. P. B. Hoffman,
5(2): 171-99, 1977

A new look at recidivism among Patuxent inmates. H. J. Steadman,
5(2): 200-9, 1977

A critique of the evaluation of Patuxent institution, with particular attention to the issues of dangerousness and recidivism. R. A. Gordon,
5(2): 210-55, 1977

The new Patuxent legislation. J. R. Rappeport,
5(2): 256-67, 1977

The devil's advocate. H. Foster,
5(2): 270-1, 1977

Patuxent experiment [editorial]. J. R. Rappeport,
5(2): v-vii, 1977

A consumer speaks to psychiatrists about advocacy. P. Allen,
5(3): 272-5, 1977

The death penalty in South Africa: some psychiatric and psychological elements. B. Van Niekerk,
5(3): 276-86, 1977

Psychiatric testimony in death penalty litigation. G. E. Dix,
5(3): 287-94, 1977

Legal approaches to foster care. J. A. Christos,
5(3): 295-317, 1977

The professional guardian: a new type of non-institutional administrator. H. E. Payson,
5(3): 318-26, 1977

Cross-examination of the psychiatrist, using publications. I. N. Perr,
5(3): 327-31, 1977

Cross-examination of the psychiatrist, using publications: point counter-point. S. Pollack,
5(3): 332-5, 1977

Meeting a training need: an interdisciplinary seminar of family law and child psychiatry. S. N. Cohen, H. J. Folberg, W. H. Sack and J. Lingas,
5(3): 336-43, 1977

Type A, AB, B murderers: their relationship to the victims and to the criminal justice system. R. I. Simon,
5(3): 344-62, 1977

Medical criminology notes "1. Victim-precipitated criminal homicide. P. E. Dietz,
5(3): 367-70, 1977

The Devil's Advocate. H. J. Foster,
5(3): 371-3, 1977

Battered wives and battered children. J. Robitscher,
5(4): 374-9, 1977

Violence in the family: abused wives and children. P. Ottenberg,
5(4): 380-90, 1977

Society's vindication of the wife-batterer. D. Martin,
5(4): 391-401, 1977

Pat Ford-Roegner panel on battered wives. P. Ford-Roegner, S. Kearns and M. F. Nichols,
5(4): 402-7, 1977

The dynamics of abusive families and treatment considerations. A. R. Tartler,
5(4): 408-14, 1977

Lucy McGough panel on battered children and the legal process. L. McGough, A. Workman, J. L. Kennedy and R. Ruff,
5(4): 415-24, 1977

The right to refuse treatment. H. C. Weinstein,
5(4): 425-37, 1977

The McQuillan decision: civil rights for the mentally iii offender. E. P. Benedek and G. Farley,
5(4): 438-49, 1977

The expensive dalliance: assessing the cost of patient-therapist sex. P. E. Mason and M. D. Stitham,
5(4): 450-5, 1977

Public skepticism: forensic psychiatry's albatross. W. D. Weitzel,
5(4): 456-63, 1977

Medical criminology notes no.2 cosmetic surgical treatment of offenders. P. E. Dietz,
5(4): 465-9, 1977

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
5(4): 470-3, 1977

Vol. 6, 1978

Psychiatrists and the jurors' dilemma. R. A. Read, T. N. Rusk, G. H. Morris and L. P. Bozzetti, Jr.,
6(1): 1-12, 1978

Forensic and non-forensic psychiatrists: an empirical comparison. P. E. Dietz,
6(1): 13-22, 1978

The experience of using DSM-III in a court clinic setting: I. Basic changes in the methodology of psychiatric diagnosis. J. R. Ciccone and D. J. Barry,
6(1): 23-5, 1978

The experience of using DSM-III in a court clinic setting: II Practicality and effect of DSM-III on a court clinic's work with the legal system. D. J. Barry and J. R. Ciccone,
6(1): 26-30, 1978

DSM-III and the legal system. D. O. Boehm,
6(1): 31-5, 1978

De Clerambault in court: a forensic romance. R. L. Goldstein,
6(1): 36-40, 1978

Guilt and innocence in the pre-sentence psychiatric examination: some ethical considerations. J. L. Simon,
6(1): 41-4, 1978

Preschoolers' responses to murder of their mothers by their fathers: a study of four cases. D. H. Schetky,
6(1): 45-57, 1978

Psychiatric malpractice: a California state-wide survey. P. F. Slawson,
6(1): 58-63, 1978

Mind-stealing--plagio in Italy: a study in transcultural legal psychiatry. I. N. Perr and M. Weinapple,
6(1): 64-79, 1978

Intervention in child abuse cases. P. V. Berns,
6(1): 80-6, 1978

Psychotherapy and due process. M. Sacks, J. Chertoff and J. M. Quen,
6(1): 87-92, 1978

Comprehensive survey of forensic psychiatric facilities in the United States. R. B. Sheldon and W. B. Norman,
6(1): 93-104, 1978

Medical criminology notes No. 3. Access to medical literature in medical criminology. P. E. Dietz,
6(1): 110-7, 1978

Private practice of jurisprudence in family court. H. H. Foster, Jr.,
6(1): 118-21, 1978

Editor's introduction: the Isaac Ray award symposium. N. Goldstein,
6(2): 122-7, 1978

Social systems and psychiatry. M. Jones,
6(2): 128-38, 1978

The role of the psychiatrist in the criminal justice system. D. L. Bazelon,
6(2): 139-46, 1978

Recollections of the dilemma about state hospitals in 1948, compared with the dilemma in corrections in 1977. K. A. Menninger,
6(2): 147-53, 1978

Prescriptions for reform--doing what we set out to do? juvenile justice: changes in goals, procedures and semantics. J. W. Polier,
6(2): 154-75, 1978

Changing patterns of treatment in Herstedvester: forensic psychiatric considerations in retrospect and prospect. G. K. Sturup,
6(2): 176-94, 1978

Social and cultural factors as a diminished capacity defense in criminal law. B. L. Diamond,
6(2): 195-208, 1978

The many faces of forensic psychiatry. J. Robitscher,
6(2): 209-13, 1978

Behaviour and justice in primitive and civilized societies: the Inuit and ourselves. B. M. Cormier,
6(2): 214-25, 1978

On the preparation and use of psychiatric expert testimony: some suggestions in an ongoing controversy. A. S. Watson,
6(2): 226-46, 1978

Medical criminology notes No. 4: measuring the impact of Isaac Ray: a citation analysis. P. E. Dietz,
6(2): 249-55, 1978

Confidentiality. H. H. Foster,
6(2): 256-8, 1978

President's message: a psychiatric explanation is not an excuse. I. N. Perr,
6(2): iv-v, 1978

Necrophilia and lust murder: report of a rare occurrence. S. M. Smith and C. Braun,
6(3): 259-68, 1978

Incest hoax: false accusations, false denials. J. Goodwin, D. Sahd and R. T. Rada,
6(3): 269-76, 1978

Sexaully motivated burglaries. E. Revitch,
6(3): 277-83, 1978

Sadism and masochism: sociological perspectives. T. S. Weinberg,
6(3): 284-95, 1978

Drinking, alcholism, and the mentally disordered sex offender. R. T. Rada, R. Kellner, D. R. Laws and W. W. Winslow,
6(3): 296-300, 1978

Rape reform: an appreciative-critical review. G. Geis and R. Geis,
6(3): 301-12, 1978

Feminism and rape law reform. M. D. Schwartz and T. R. Clear,
6(3): 313-21, 1978

Wife beating: a critique and reformulation of existing theory. S. K. Steinmetz,
6(3): 322-34, 1978

Legal alternatives for battered women who kill their abusers. J. Dvoskin,
6(3): 335-54, 1978

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
6(3): 362-3, 1978

The President's message: crime and punishment. I. N. Perr,
6(3): iv-v, 1978

Psychodynamic differentiations of homicide. E. Tanay,
6(4): 364-73, 1978

Guilty but mentally ill. A. Robey,
6(4): 374-81, 1978

Anticipated misuse of psychiatry under the New York Juvenile Offender Law. A. L. Halpern,
6(4): 382-7, 1978

The political offender: forensic psychiatric considerations. P. J. Resnick,
6(4): 388-97, 1978

The ethics of pre-arraignment psychiatric examination: one Canadian viewpoint. B. T. Butler and R. E. Turner,
6(4): 398-404, 1978

Dimensions of third party protection. B. Bursten,
6(4): 405-13, 1978

A case of kleptomania. B. A. Singer,
6(4): 414-22, 1978

Using a moot court experience in the education of psychiatric residents. S. R. Dunlop,
6(4): 423-32, 1978

Persuasion of law students to a psychiatric perspective. W. D. Weitzel and J. Batt,
6(4): 433-8, 1978

Assessing competency to stand trial: a case study of technology diffusion in four states. J. Schreiber,
6(4): 439-57, 1978

Ward meetings in a security hospital. C. G. Smith,
6(4): 458-67, 1978

Medical criminology notes No. 5: male homosexual prostitution. P. E. Dietz,
6(4): 468-71, 1978

A response to the Devil's Advocate--Ronwin and Bonham. A. L. Halpern,
6(4): 472-4, 1978

The Devil's Advocate. H. H. Foster,
6(4): 475-9, 1978

President's message: The most beneficial alternative: a counterpoint to the least restrictive alternative. I. N. Perr,
6(4): iv-vii, 1978

Vol. 7, 1979

Patuxent, psychiatry and politics: the psychopolitical pursuit of policy (or "The perils of Pauline in policy-land"). P. B. Hoffman,
7(1): 1-10, 1979

Characteristics of violent patients admitted to public hospitals. K. Tardiff and A. Sweillam,
7(1): 11-7, 1979

Hypnosis, sodium amytal, and confessions. H. V. Zonana,
7(1): 18-28, 1979

Apres the acquittal, le deluge: release procedures and allocation of the burden of proof in subsequent review hearings following a finding of "not guilty by reason of insanity" in State of New Jersey v. Hetra Fields. M. L. Perlin,
7(1): 29-38, 1979

Impact of Davis v. Watkins on Ohio forensic hospital practice. A. Heller,
7(1): 39-62, 1979

Life events and antisocial behavior. J. R. Ciccone and G. B. Kaskey,
7(1): 63-8, 1979

The criminal law and the incest offender: a case for decriminalization? R. B. Sklar,
7(1): 69-77, 1979

Legal and psychiatric issues on the hospitalization of children: the New Jersey experience. M. Weinapple, J. E. Keefe and P. G. Manto, Jr.,
7(1): 78-94, 1979

The first year of operation under the new Patuxent law. W. A. Kohlmeyer,
7(1): 95-102, 1979

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster, Jr.,
7(1): 115-7, 1979

President's message: laetrile, legislation, and chicken soup. I. N. Perr,
7(1): ix-xi, 1979

In memoriam Peter Browning Hoffman (1937-1979). I. N. Perr,
7(1): vii-viii, 1979

Medical care in correctional institutions: the AMA project. H. C. Modlin,
7(2): 118-24, 1979

Crime and the insanity defense, an international comparison: Ontario and New York state. C. Greenland,
7(2): 125-38, 1979

Women and cirme. B. F. Price,
7(2): 139-49, 1979

Drug and alcohol problems in the criminal justice system. E. C. Senay,
7(2): 150-6, 1979

Psychiatric treatment for offenders. J. Petrich,
7(2): 157-65, 1979

A study of criminal defendants referred for competency to stand trial in New York City. H. Bluestone and J. Melella,
7(2): 166-78, 1979

Public protection and the trend to determinate sentence structure. T. L. Clanon,
7(2): 179-89, 1979

The psychiatric intensive care unit--an in-hospital treatment of violent adult patients. P. M. Crain and E. G. Jordan,
7(2): 190-8, 1979

Opinions concerning the insanity plea and criminality among mental patients. R. A. Pasewark and D. Seidenzahl,
7(2): 199-204, 1979

The president's message: congressional proposals and the new assault on privacy. I. N. Perr,
7(2): iv-vii, 1979

Editor's introduction: symposium on psychiatry and the criminal offender. A. L. Halpern,
7(2): vii-ix, 1979

Trauma, stress, and multiple sclerosis. C. M. Poser,
7(3): 209-18, 1979

Amnesia and homicide: the Padola case and a study of thirty cases. J. M. Bradford and S. M. Smith,
7(3): 219-31, 1979

Head trauma, traumatic neurosis, and the forensic report. L. K. Richards,
7(3): 232-8, 1979

Detection of deception: Its application to forensic psychiatry. B. E. Lynch,
7(3): 239-44, 1979

"Whiplash" fictive or factual. W. F. Gorman,
7(3): 245-8, 1979

Some psychodynamic aspects of transsexual, homosexual and transvestite patients presenting themselves to a psychiatric gender clinic. G. J. Sarwer-Foner,
7(3): 249-58, 1979

Transsexualism and the law. R. G. Myers,
7(3): 259-66, 1979

Transsexual marriages and the role of the court: issues for psychiatry and society. E. M. Levine,
7(3): 267-74, 1979

Homicide: a medico-legal study of thirty cases. D. Pagan and S. M. Smith,
7(3): 275-85, 1979

Amok. J. Arboleda-Florez,
7(3): 286-95, 1979

Guardianship: an alternative to "I'm sorry". L. H. Haller,
7(3): 296-305, 1979

"Rotting with their rights on": constitutional theory and clinical reality in drug refusal by psychiatric patients. P. S. Appelbaum and T. G. Gutheil,
7(3): 306-15, 1979

Teaching forensic psychiatry. R. L. Sadoff, T. P. Thornberry, D. W. Gottlieb and J. Young,
7(3): 316-25, 1979

The devil's advocate [editorial]. H. H. Foster,
7(3): 330-2, 1979

The president's message: Doctor-patient confidentiality--suggested legal protections. I. N. Perr,
7(3): iv-viii, 1979

The organic aspects of forensic psychiatry [editorial]. L. K. Richards,
7(3): ix-x, 1979

Teaching "street law" to the criminally insane. J. T. Smith, M. Fisher and J. Schwartz,
7(4): 333-41, 1979

Adolescents accused of murder and manslaughter: a five-year descriptive study. R. Rosner, M. Wiederlight, M. B. Rosner and R. R. Wieczorek,
7(4): 342-51, 1979

Voluntariness of waiver of Fifth Amendment rights. B. Bursten,
7(4): 352-62, 1979

Forensic psychiatry: a comprehensive residency program at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. T. R. LeBlang and M. D. Henderson,
7(4): 363-80, 1979

Oregon's civil commitment, statute: Stone's "thank-you theory" - a judicial survey. J. D. Bloom, J. H. Shore and J. Treleaven,
7(4): 381-9, 1979

Competency to consent to voluntary psychiatric hospitalization: a theoretical approach. P. S. Appelbaum and A. L. Bateman,
7(4): 390-9, 1979

The psychiatric autopsy: its legal application. O. L. Bendheim,
7(4): 400-10, 1979

The Virginia Commitment Law: clinical characteristics of patients hospitalized involuntarily by court order. F. P. LeBuffe, S. I. Granger and T. N. Wise,
7(4): 411-21, 1979

The episodic dyscontrol syndrome and criminal responsibility. R. A. Ratner and D. Shapiro,
7(4): 422-31, 1979

A comparison of alcoholics and non-alcholics charged with rape. G. W. Barnard, C. Holzer and H. Vera,
7(4): 432-45, 1979

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
7(4): 446-52, 1979

President's message: egalitarianism, medical care, and mental health. I. N. Perr,
7(4): iv-vii, 1979

Guest editorial. J. M. Quen,
7(4): viii-x, 1979

Vol. 8, 1980

The right to refuse treatment and the abolition of involuntary hospitalization of the mentally ill. E. Tanay,
8(1): 1-14, 1980

Recidivism among treated criminal psychiatric patients. S. M. Rolland,
8(1): 15-27, 1980

Delivering community mental health services to a county jail population: a research note. J. Monahan and L. B. McDonough,
8(1): 28-32, 1980

Rights of ex-patients in the community: the next frontier. M. L. Perlin,
8(1): 33-43, 1980

G. C. Eisenberg, B. M. Barnes and T. G. Gutheil,
8(1): 44-55, 1980

The insanity defense in Illinois -- a psychiatric perspective. J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr., R. R. Rogers and B. Price,
8(1): 56-61, 1980

D. A. Halperin,
8(1): 62-71, 1980

Community intervention with the mentally ill offender: a residential program. J. Goldmeier, E. V. White, C. Ulrich and G. A. Klein,
8(1): 72-82, 1980

Modernization of a mental health act: I. Commitment patterns. M. R. Munetz, K. R. Kaufman and C. L. Rich,
8(1): 83-93, 1980

Civil commitment of American Indians. J. D. Bloom, S. M. Manson and G. Neligh,
8(1): 94-103, 1980

A. R. Felthous,
8(1): 104-10, 1980

The prostitution of forensic psychiatry in the Soviet Union. R. Scarnati,
8(1): 111-3, 1980

Informed consent: psychotic patients and research. M. J. Mills, L. C. Hsu and P. A. Berger,
8(2): 119-32, 1980

Legislating human rights: informed consent and the Pennsylvania Mental Health Procedures Act.
8(2): 133-51, 1980

The weather report model of informed consent: problems in preserving patient voluntariness. C. W. Lidz,
8(2): 152-60, 1980

The bureaucratization of responsibility: the case of informed consent. E. Zerubavel,
8(2): 161-7, 1980

The rights of juveniles in "voluntary" psychiatric commitments: some empirical observations.
8(2): 168-74, 1980

"Misinformed" consent. D. A. Halperin,
8(2): 175-8, 1980

The constitutional right to refuse antipsychotic medications. A. D. Brooks,
8(2): 179-221, 1980

The devil's advocate. H. H. Foster,
8(2): 229-32, 1980

P. S. Appelbaum,
8(3): 233-9, 1980

A longitudinal study of adolescent murderers. B. M. Cormier and B. Markus,
8(3): 240-60, 1980

Impact of change in legal standard for those adjudicated not guilty by reason of insanity 1975-1979. M. L. Criss and D. R. Racine,
8(3): 261-71, 1980

M. M. Harrington and A. O. Keary,
8(3): 272-9, 1980

Sex offenses: a short questionnaire assessing knowledge and attitudes. S. Johnson and D. Blazer,
8(3): 280-7, 1980

Amnesia: its detection by psychophysiological measures. B. E. Lynch and J. M. Bradford,,
8(3): 288-97, 1980

Psychiatric aspects of familicide. C. P. Malmquist,
8(3): 298-304, 1980

Voluntary "involuntary" commitment--the briar-patch syndrome. R. D. Miller,
8(3): 305-12, 1980

The rights of involuntary patients to refuse pharmacotherapy: what is reasonable? M. J. Mills,
8(3): 313-34, 1980

Insanity plea in Connecticut. B. L. Phillips and R. A. Pasewark,
8(3): 335-44, 1980

The Boston State Hospital case: its impact on the handling of future mental health litigation. S. Schultz,
8(3): 345-51, 1980

President's message: reasoning behind conclusions in psychiatric reports and testimony. N. T. Sidley,
8(3): iv-viii, 1980

The education of the psychiatrist of tomorrow. J. Romano,
8(4): 356-65, 1980

D. J. Barry,
8(4): 366-72, 1980

A consultation model for post-doctoral training in forensic psychiatry. J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr. and R. Rogers,
8(4): 373-80, 1980

Accreditation of fellowship programs in forensic psychiatry: a preliminary report. R. Rosner,
8(4): 381-6, 1980

R. B. Lacoursiere,
8(4): 387-400, 1980

The expert witness as a teacher. E. Tanay,
8(4): 401-11, 1980

Legislative acts and psychiatric input--a New Jersey experience. I. N. Perr,
8(4): 412-25, 1980

The unconsciousness defense as applied to post traumatic stress disorder in a Vietnam veteran. D. T. Apostle,
8(4): 426-30, 1980

R. J. Bonnie, C. R. Showalter and V. Roddy,
8(4): 431-44, 1980

Theories of psychiatric defense in workmen's compensation cases. R. R. Parlour and L. R. Jones,
8(4): 445-55, 1980

Plasma androgens and the sex offender. R. T. Rada,
8(4): 456-64, 1980

M. L. Radelet,
8(4): 465-76, 1980

President's message: The ethics of forensic psychiatry. N. T. Sidley,
8(4): iv-viii, 1980

The forensic psychiatrist as teacher. J. R. Ciccone,
8(4): ix-xi, 1980

Vol. 9, 1981

L. H. Roth,
9(1): 10-4, 1981

Wills, testamentary capacity and undue influence. I. N. Peer,
9(1): 15-22, 1981

Mania, crime and the insanity defense: a case report. R. A. Ratner,
9(1): 23-32, 1981

Assault in hospitals and placement in the community. K. Tardiff,
9(1): 33-9, 1981

Female offenders referred for pre-trial psychiatric evaluation. A. E. Daniel and P. W. Harris,
9(1): 40-7, 1981

A. R. Felthous,
9(1): 48-53, 1981

Confidentiality or communication in the treatment of the mentally ill. R. D. Miller,
9(1): 54-9, 1981

The pre-trial examination process in Missouri: a descriptive study. J. Petrila, J. Selle, P. C. Rouse, C. Evans and D. Moore,
9(1): 60-85, 1981

Disposition of insanity defense cases in Oregon. J. L. Bloom and J. D. Bloom,
9(2): 93-9, 1981

L. O. Gostin,
9(2): 100-15, 1981

Isolated violence to the loved one. B. Bursten,
9(2): 116-27, 1981

E. F. Isenberg and T. G. Gutheil,
9(2): 128-39, 1981

Psychiatric consultation to attorneys for abused and neglected children. S. J. Kaplan,
9(2): 140-8, 1981

An invitation to the dance: an empirical response to Chief Justice Warren Burger's "time-consuming procedural minuets" theory in Parham v. J.R. M. L. Perlin,
9(2): 149-64, 1981

Law and psychiatry: a stormy marriage. W. Bromberg,
9(3): 172-9, 1981

Realism and drug refusal: a reply to Appelbaum and Gutheil. G. E. Dix,
9(3): 180-98, 1981

The right to refuse treatment: the real issue is quality of care. P. S. Appelbaum and T. G. Gutheil,
9(3): 199-202, 1981

J. D. Bloom, J. H. Shore and B. Arvidson,
9(3): 203-9, 1981

Can joint custody serve the best interests of the child? G. H. Miller,
9(3): 210-7, 1981

Treatment of juvenile delinquents. K. A. Turner,
9(3): 218-23, 1981

An investigation of treatment recommendations made by a court clinic. L. Caravello, C. Ginnetti, C. Ford and J. Lawall,
9(3): 224-32, 1981

Guardianship and the right to refuse treatment: a critique of the Roe case. M. J. Mills and T. G. Gutheil,
9(4): 239-46, 1981

The right of a minor to confidentiality: an aftermath of Bartley v. Kremens. M. Weinapple and I. N. Perr,
9(4): 247-54, 1981

Arson update: a review of the literature on firesetting. N. H. Blumberg,
9(4): 255-65, 1981

Intelligence, psychosis, and competency to stand trial. M. S. Heller, W. H. Traylor, S. M. Ehrlich and D. Lester,
9(4): 267-74, 1981

Case study of an intriguing "primitive" murder trial: financial settlement between the murderer and the victim's family. K. T. Wasserman,
9(4): 275-84, 1981

Integrity checks on the witness stand. E. M. Colbach,
9(4): 285-8, 1981

Vol. 10, 1982

The best interests of the child with a lesbian mother. R. Green,
10(1): 7-15, 1982

Legal conceptualizations, legal fictions, and the manipulation of reality: conflict between models of decision making in psychiatry and law. T. G. Gutheil and M. J. Mills,
10(1): 17-27, 1982

The inappropriate commitment of the aged. L. R. Jones, R. R. Parlour and L. W. Badger,
10(1): 29-38, 1982

Arson: a diagnostic study. D. F. Koson and J. Dvoskin,
10(1): 39-49, 1982

Diagnostic classification of 120 delinquent boys. J. H. Kashani, E. Horwitz and A. E. Daniel,
10(1): 51-60, 1982

Exploring diagnostic formulations for violent delinquent adolescents: conceptual considerations. A. C. Mezzich,
10(1): 61-7, 1982

Tardive dyskinesia and informed consent: myths and realities. M. R. Munetz, L. H. Roth and C. L. Cornes,
10(2): 77-88, 1982

An examination of the use of transcultural data in the courtroom. J. D. Bloom and J. L. Bloom,
10(2): 89-95, 1982

What if antisocial personality is an illness? B. Bursten,
10(2): 97-102, 1982

Involuntary abandonment: infants of imprisoned parents. P. Ash and M. Guyer,
10(2): 103-13, 1982

Countertransference on the witness stand: a flight from self? D. H. Schetky and E. M. Colbach,
10(2): 115-21, 1982

Profile of defendants seen for pre-sentence psychiatric examination. B. Protter and S. Travin,
10(2): 123-34, 1982

An English psychiatrist looks at dangerousness. J. Gunn,
10(3): 143-53, 1982

Characteristics of persons committed to Oregon's Psychiatric Security Review Board. J. L. Rogers and J. D. Bloom,
10(3): 155-64, 1982

The mental-mental muddle and work comp in Oregon. E. M. Colbach,
10(3): 165-9, 1982

Phencyclidine abuse and crime: a psychiatric perspective. B. J. Fauman and M. A. Fauman,
10(3): 171-6, 1982

A survey of five types of dangerous behavior among chronic psychiatric patients. K. Tardiff,
10(3): 177-82, 1982

Involuntary patients in general hospitals: a positive view. J. S. LaWall,
10(3): 183-8, 1982

When the patient threatens violence: an empirical study of clinical practice after Tarasoff. J. C. Beck,
10(3): 189-201, 1982

Epileptic psychosis and insanity: case study and review. P. D. Bacon and E. P. Benedek,
10(3): 203-10, 1982

The role of stepparents in child custody disputes. A. E. Atwell, U. S. Moore and C. S. Nowell,
10(3): 211-7, 1982

The psychiatrist and political dissidents. D. Leigh,
10(4): 227-32, 1982

Refusing treatment--who shall decide? I. N. Perr,
10(4): 233-47, 1982

Effects of a new involuntary commitment law: expectations and reality. L. R. Faulkner, J. D. Bloom and K. Kundahl-Stanley,
10(4): 249-59, 1982

Female homicide offenders referred for pre-trial psychiatric examination: a descriptive study. A. E. Daniel and P. W. Harris,
10(4): 261-9, 1982

Till death do us part: a study of spouse murder. G. W. Barnard, H. Vera, M. I. Vera and G. Newman,
10(4): 271-80, 1982

Accreditation of Fellowship Programs in Forensic Psychiatry: the development of the final report on standards. R. Rosner,
10(4): 281-92, 1982

Vol. 11, 1983

Local variations in the civil commitment process. L. R. Faulkner, J. D. Bloom, M. R. Resnick and T. O. Stern,
11(1): 5-15, 1983

The Multiple Personality Syndrome and criminal defense. A. P. French and B. R. Shechmeister,
11(1): 17-25, 1983

Criminal insanity: from a historical point of view. R. Smith,
11(1): 27-34, 1983

The ALI test for insanity: a re-examination. G. H. Miller,
11(1): 35-41, 1983

Changes in North Carolina civil commitment statutes: the impact of attorneys. R. D. Miller and P. B. Fiddleman,
11(1): 43-50, 1983

Family opposition to psychiatric treatment: a medicolegal dilemma. L. F. Sparr and L. H. Roth,
11(1): 51-5, 1983

Medical-legal ramifications of an autoerotic asphyxial death. E. C. Miller and S. D. Milbrath,
11(1): 57-68, 1983

Mania and crime: a study of 100 manic defendants. J. S. Wulach,
11(1): 69-75, 1983

The hostility of the burger court to mental health law reform litigation. J. Brant,
11(1): 77-90, 1983

Primate aggression and evolution: an overview of sociobiological and anthropological perspectives. J. J. McKenna,
11(2): 105-30, 1983

Biology of aggression. C. L. Coe and S. Levine,
11(2): 131-48, 1983

Plasma androgens in violent and nonviolent sex offenders. R. T. Rada, D. R. Laws, R. Kellner, L. Stivastava and G. Peake,
11(2): 149-58, 1983

The hormonal treatment of sexual offenders. J. M. Bradford,
11(2): 159-69, 1983

Clinical predictions of dangerousness: two-year follow-up of 408 pre-trial forensic cases. D. Sepejak, R. J. Menzies, C. D. Webster and F. A. Jensen,
11(2): 171-81, 1983

Proximate cause and traumatic neurosis. N. T. Sidley,
11(3): 197-206, 1983

Famous and notorious cases, publication and privacy. I. N. Perr,
11(3): 207-13, 1983

A survey of drugs used in the management of assaultive inpatients. K. Tardiff,
11(3): 215-22, 1983

The significance of countertransference and related issues in a multiservice court clinic. B. Protter and S. Travin,
11(3): 223-30, 1983

Adolescent separation-individuation and the court. S. Eth,
11(3): 231-8, 1983

A new pretrial screening program. J. R. Rappeport, N. P. Conti and B. Rudnick,
11(3): 239-48, 1983

Crisis intervention in interpartner abuse. A. R. Felthous,
11(3): 249-60, 1983

Competence to stand trial in Connecticut. D. C. Herron, H. V. Zonana and L. E. Crane,
11(3): 261-71, 1983

Sigmund Freud: forensic psychiatrist. R. L. Goldstein,
11(3): 273-7, 1983

A footnote to Parham: Was J. L. a casualty of the mental health bar? R. B. Lacoursiere,
11(3): 279-85, 1983

Preparation of the sexually abused child for court testimony. H. Bauer,
11(3): 287-9, 1983

Pathological gambling: a new insanity defense. A. L. McGarry,
11(4): 301-8, 1983

Sex law reform in an international perspective: England and Wales and Canada. C. Greenland,
11(4): 309-30, 1983

Childhood and family background of killers seen for psychiatric assessment: a controlled study. R. Langevin, D. Paitich, B. Orchard, L. Handy and A. Russon,
11(4): 331-41, 1983

Shoplifting: an occasional crime of the moral majority. W. Cupchik and J. D. Atcheson,
11(4): 343-54, 1983

Guilty verdict in a murder committed by a veteran with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. B. L. Grant and D. J. Coons,
11(4): 355-8, 1983

Movies and behavior among hospitalized mentally disordered offenders. B. Harry,
11(4): 359-64, 1983

The offense records of a sample of convicted exhibitionists. E. F. Berah and R. G. Myers,
11(4): 365-9, 1983

A unique review of rejected police candidates: psychiatric and psychologic aspects. I. N. Perr,
11(4): 371-8, 1983

Are there impartial expert psychiatric witnesses? W. F. Gorman,
11(4): 379-82, 1983

Dissection of the prongs of ALI. A retrospective assessment of criminal responsibility by the psychiatric staff of the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center. S. B. Silver and M. K. Spodak,
11(4): 383-91, 1983

Vol. 12, 1984

Morality, equality, and expertise: renegotiating the relationship between psychiatry and the criminal law. R. J. Bonnie,
12(1): 5-20, 1984

Surrogate motherhood, psychiatric screening and informed consent, baby selling, and public policy. P. J. Parker,
12(1): 21-39, 1984

The reliability and validity of dangerous behavior predictions. C. D. Webster, D. S. Sepejak, R. J. Menzies, D. J. Slomen, F. A. Jensen and B. T. Butler,
12(1): 41-50, 1984

Ambivalence, alliance, and advocacy: misunderstood dualities in psychiatry and law. T. G. Gutheil and R. Magraw,
12(1): 51-8, 1984

Treatment refusal in a forensic hospital: ill-use of the lasting right. P. Rodenhauser,
12(1): 59-63, 1984

A study of the right to refuse treatment. I. N. Hassenfeld and B. Grumet,
12(1): 65-74, 1984

Legal outcome and clinical findings: a study of insanity evaluations. R. Rogers, J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr., W. Seman and M. Harris,
12(1): 75-83, 1984

A clinical evaluation of maximum security hospital patients by staff and independent psychiatric consultants. M. S. Heller, W. H. Traylor, S. M. Ehrlich and D. Lester,
12(1): 85-92, 1984

Psychiatry behind bars. E. V. Valdiserri,
12(1): 93-9, 1984

Confidentiality: an empirical test of the utilitarian perspective. P. S. Appelbaum, G. Kapen, B. Walters, C. Lidz and L. H. Roth,
12(2): 109-16, 1984

Competence to give informed consent for medical procedures. R. Weinstock, R. Copelan and A. Bagheri,
12(2): 117-25, 1984

Ethics and expert witnesses: the troubled role of psychiatrists in court. C. D. Clements and J. R. Ciccone,
12(2): 127-36, 1984

Court implementation of mental health professionals' recommendations in contested child custody and visitation cases. P. Ash and M. Guyer,
12(2): 137-47, 1984

Effects of joint custody on children. A. E. Atwell, U. S. Moore, E. Nielsen and Z. Levite,
12(2): 149-57, 1984

Psychiatrists and capital sentencing: risks and responsibilities in a unique legal setting. C. R. Showalter and R. J. Bonnie,
12(2): 159-67, 1984

Hypotheticals, psychiatric testimony, and the death sentence. P. S. Appelbaum,
12(2): 169-77, 1984

The ethical boundaries of forensic psychiatry: a view from the ivory tower. A. A. Stone,
12(3): 209-19, 1984

Response from a straw man. A. S. Watson,
12(3): 221-4, 1984

Psychiatric ethics in the courtroom. P. S. Appelbaum,
12(3): 225-31, 1984

The ivory tower v. the marketplace. H. C. Modlin,
12(3): 233-6, 1984

Forensic psychiatry: critique of a critique. H. V. Zonana,
12(3): 237-41, 1984

Practical ethical problems of the forensic psychiatrist in dealing with attorneys. R. L. Sadoff,
12(3): 243-52, 1984

Ethical issues in forensic psychiatry: from an attorney's perspective. B. A. Weiner,
12(3): 253-61, 1984

The ethical practice of forensic psychiatry: a view from the trenches. J. R. Ciccone and C. D. Clements,
12(3): 263-77, 1984

The ethical dilemmas of forensic psychiatry: a utilitarian approach. S. L. Halleck,
12(3): 279-88, 1984

How should forensic psychiatry police itself? Guidelines and grievances: the AAPL Committee on Ethics. H. C. Weinstein,
12(3): 289-302, 1984

The first presidential assassination attempt. H. Zonana,
12(4): 309-22, 1984

Hospitalization of the dangerous patient: legal pressures and clinical responses. P. S. Appelbaum,
12(4): 323-9, 1984

The criminal defendant with identified mental disorder. J. C. Beck, N. Borenstein and J. Dreyfus,
12(4): 331-8, 1984

A study of violence within a forensic treatment facility. G. W. Barnard, L. Robbins, G. Newman and F. d. Carrera,
12(4): 339-48, 1984

The treatment review panel: a solution to treatment refusal? J. M. Zito, S. L. Lentz, W. W. Routt and G. W. Olson,
12(4): 349-58, 1984

Rural civil commitment. L. R. Faulkner, J. D. Bloom and T. O. Stern,
12(4): 359-71, 1984

Criminality of discharged insanity acquittees: fifteen year experience in Maryland reviewed. M. K. Spodak, S. B. Silver and C. U. Wright,
12(4): 373-82, 1984

Oregon's new insanity defense system: a review of the first five years, 1978 to 1982. J. L. Rogers, J. D. Bloom and S. M. Manson,
12(4): 383-402, 1984

Comprehensive survey of forensic psychiatrists: their training and their practices. C. D. Hanson, R. L. Sadoff, P. Sager, J. Dent and D. Stagliano,
12(4): 403-10, 1984

Vol. 13, 1985

Assaults in hospitals. W. H. Reid, M. F. Bollinger and G. Edwards,
13(1): 1-4, 1985

Reasonable medical certainty. J. R. Rappeport,
13(1): 5-15, 1985

Explanations of pedophilia: review of empirical research. S. Araji and D. Finkelhor,
13(1): 17-37, 1985

Development of a rational taxonomy for the classification of rapists: the Massachusetts Treatment Center system. R. Prentky, M. Cohen and T. Seghorn,
13(1): 39-70, 1985

Psychiatric perspectives on civil liability for suicide. A. M. Drukteinis,
13(1): 71-83, 1985

Offenders in a silent world: hearing impairment and deafness in relation to criminality, incompetence, and insanity. B. Harry and P. E. Dietz,
13(1): 85-96, 1985

The detection of malingered amnesia in accused murderers. S. D. Parwatikar, W. R. Holcomb and K. A. d. Menninger,
13(1): 97-103, 1985

Observations on the outcome of specialty education and training in forensic psychiatry. S. Pollack,
13(2): 117-9, 1985

Reasonable medical certainty, diagnostic thresholds, and definitions of mental illness in the legal context. B. L. Diamond,
13(2): 121-8, 1985

Can psychiatry contribute to gun control? W. Bromberg,
13(2): 129-37, 1985

Is there an assault syndrome? H. C. Modlin,
13(2): 139-45, 1985

Beyond the scientific limits of expert testimony. O. E. Wasyliw, J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr. and R. Rogers,
13(2): 147-58, 1985

The consultation model and forensic psychiatric practice. J. D. Bloom and J. L. Bloom,
13(2): 159-64, 1985

Medical school forensic psychiatry units in health care delivery facilities rather than criminal justice institutions: an alternative model. G. J. Sarwer-Foner, S. Smith and J. Bradford,
13(2): 165-72, 1985

Seymour Pollack and the American Board of Forensic Psychiatry. J. R. Rappeport and A. L. Halpern,
13(2): 173-5, 1985

Seymour Pollack, MD, and the creation of AAPL regional chapters. R. Rosner,
13(2): 177-84, 1985

In memoriam: Seymour Pollack, MA, MD, 1916-1982. M. I. Tuchler,
13(2): 185-8, 1985

Sanctum sanctorum: the psychiatrist's role in postrial competency examination of jurors. Anonymous,
13(2): 191-203, 1985

Suicide litigation and risk management: a review of 32 cases. I. N. Perr,
13(3): 209-19, 1985

Children who witness violence: tortious aspects. C. P. Malmquist,
13(3): 221-31, 1985

A comparison between men charged with domestic and nondomestic homicide. A. E. Daniel and W. R. Holcomb,
13(3): 233-41, 1985

Use of summons in involuntary civil commitment. M. L. Durham and H. D. Carr,
13(3): 243-51, 1985

The Mental-Mental Muddle and Work Comp in Oregon. II. E. M. Colbach,
13(3): 253-8, 1985

Decision-making in child abuse and neglect. S. Wasserman and A. Rosenfeld,
13(3): 259-71, 1985

Detecting child abuse by studying the parents. B. Bursten,
13(3): 273-81, 1985

The role of unconscious conflict in informed consent. B. Zeichner,
13(3): 283-90, 1985

A case of child abandonment--reflections on criminal responsibility in adolescence. R. A. Ratner,
13(3): 291-301, 1985

The use of legal rhetoric in a clinical setting: advocating the advocates. P. B. Kraft,
13(4): 313-23, 1985

Patients' rights advocates in San Francisco. R. L. Binder,
13(4): 325-36, 1985

The harassment of forensic psychiatrists outside of court. R. D. Miller,
13(4): 337-43, 1985

The effect of mental health system changes on civil commitment. L. R. Faulkner, J. D. Bloom, B. H. McFarland and T. O. Stern,
13(4): 345-57, 1985

Experts in church courts: a role not sacred. J. L. Young and E. E. Griffith,
13(4): 359-68, 1985

The post-Vietnam stress syndrome: some cautions. E. M. Colbach,
13(4): 369-72, 1985

The Advisory Review Board and characteristics of patients on warrants of the Lieutenant Governor in Ontario. M. S. Phillips, T. Landau, D. Sepejak and C. Osborne,
13(4): 373-84, 1985

Violence and official diagnostic nomenclature. B. Harry,
13(4): 385-8, 1985

The judge's view of competency evaluations. H. Owens, R. Rosner and R. B. Harmon,
13(4): 389-97, 1985

Psychiatric injury in the women's workplace. B. Bursten,
13(4): 399-406, 1985

Treating the not guilty by reason of insanity outpatient: a two-year study. J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr. and O. E. Wasyliw,
13(4): 407-15, 1985

Vol. 14, 1986

False accusations of physical and sexual abuse. D. C. Schuman,
14(1): 5-21, 1986

Incompetent misdemeanants--pseudocivil commitment. S. Rachlin, C. L. Stokman and S. Grossman,
14(1): 23-30, 1986

Medical students as child abusers. J. M. Kaplan,
14(1): 31-6, 1986

Ethics and the psychiatric determination of competency to be executed. M. L. Radelet and G. W. Barnard,
14(1): 37-53, 1986

Violence against animals and people: is aggression against living creatures generalized? A. R. Felthous and S. R. Kellert,
14(1): 55-69, 1986

A methodology for predicting the effects of changes in civil commitment decision making. L. R. Faulkner, B. H. McFarland, J. D. Bloom and T. O. Stern,
14(1): 71-80, 1986

The impact of parental homosexuality in child custody cases: a review of the literature. D. J. Kleber, R. J. Howell and A. L. Tibbits-Kleber,
14(1): 81-7, 1986

The role of the psychiatrist in evaluating a prison mental health system in litigation. J. L. Metzner and S. L. Dubovsky,
14(1): 89-95, 1986

Medication noncompliance in schizophrenia: codification and update. J. L. Young, H. V. Zonana and L. Shepler,
14(2): 105-22, 1986

The multidimensional assessment of dangerousness: competence assessment in patient care and liability prevention. T. G. Gutheil, H. Bursztajn and A. Brodsky,
14(2): 123-9, 1986

Victims and families of violent psychiatric patients. R. L. Binder and D. E. McNeil,
14(2): 131-9, 1986

The relationship between verdict, defendant characteristics, and type of crime in sex-related criminal cases. J. C. Beck, N. Borenstein and J. Dreyfus,
14(2): 141-6, 1986

Interview, diagnostic, and legal aspects in the forensic psychiatric assessments of deaf persons. B. Harry,
14(2): 147-62, 1986

Problems of long-term informed consent. R. Jaffe,
14(2): 163-9, 1986

The age of sexual consent. R. F. Kourany, R. Y. Hill and M. H. Hollender,
14(2): 171-6, 1986

Fathers and sons: some effects of prolonged custody litigation. L. Loeb,
14(2): 177-83, 1986

Two year's experience under Utah's mens rea insanity law. P. Heinbecker,
14(2): 185-91, 1986

Perceptions of psychiatric testimony: a historical perspective on the hysterical invective. P. J. Resnick,
14(3): 203-19, 1986

Therapists' obligations to report their patients' criminal acts. P. S. Appelbaum and A. Meisel,
14(3): 221-30, 1986

Evaluation and treatment of insanity acquittees in the community. J. D. Bloom, M. H. Williams, J. L. Rogers and P. Barbur,
14(3): 231-44, 1986

Psychiatric injury in women's workplaces. B. Bursten,
14(3): 245-51, 1986

When it pays to be insane: three unusual legacies of insanity. R. L. Goldstein,
14(3): 253-62, 1986

Compensation neurosis. H. C. Modlin,
14(3): 263-71, 1986

Civil commitment to outpatient psychotherapy: a case study. K. Schneider-Braus,
14(3): 273-9, 1986

Lasting rights and last rites: a case report. P. Rodenhauser,
14(3): 281-6, 1986

Forensic child psychiatry: an emerging subspecialty. E. P. Benedek,
14(4): 295-300, 1986

Developmental competency. S. B. Billick,
14(4): 301-9, 1986

Competency to be a witness: a major child forensic issue. K. M. Quinn,
14(4): 311-21, 1986

Relitigation after contested custody and visitation evaluations. P. Ash and M. J. Guyer,
14(4): 323-30, 1986

Psychiatric aspects of sexual abuse. A. R. Abright,
14(4): 331-43, 1986

Filicidal abuse in the histories of 15 condemned murderers. M. Feldman, K. Mallouh and D. O. Lewis,
14(4): 345-52, 1986

The forensic evaluation and treatment of children: ethics and values. H. L. Morrison,
14(4): 353-9, 1986

Should adult psychiatrists be doing child custody evaluations? M. G. Goldzband,
14(4): 361-7, 1986

Vol. 15, 1987

Treatment refusal among forensic inpatients. J. T. Young, J. D. Bloom, L. R. Faulkner, J. L. Rogers and P. K. Pati,
15(1): 5-13, 1987

In the wake of Ake: the ethics of expert testimony in an advocate's world. P. S. Appelbaum,
15(1): 15-25, 1987

Joint custody: a comprehensive review. A. L. Tibbits-Kleber, R. J. Howell and D. J. Kleber,
15(1): 27-43, 1987

Disputed child custody: strategies and issues in mediation. T. W. Miller and L. J. Veltkamp,
15(1): 45-56, 1987

What constitutes a psychiatric emergency: clinical and legal dimensions. M. S. Swartz,
15(1): 57-68, 1987

Legal incompetents' need for guardians in Florida. W. C. Schmidt and R. Peters,
15(1): 69-83, 1987

Competency to stand trial: a conceptual model for its proper assessment. S. L. Drob, R. H. Berger and H. C. Weinstein,
15(1): 85-94, 1987

The twilight zone between scientific certainty and legal sufficiency: should a jury determine the causation of schizophrenia? R. L. Goldstein,
15(1): 95-104, 1987

Liability of treaters for injuries to others: erosion of three immunities. A. R. Felthous,
15(2): 115-25, 1987

Civil commitment by conservatorship: the workings of California's law. J. L. Young, M. J. Mills and R. L. Sack,
15(2): 127-39, 1987

Military combat, posttraumatic stress disorder, and criminal behavior in Vietnam veterans. L. F. Sparr, M. E. Reaves and R. M. Atkinson,
15(2): 141-62, 1987

The right to refuse treatment under Rogers v. Commissioner: preliminary empirical findings and comparisons. S. K. Hoge, T. G. Gutheil and E. Kaplan,
15(2): 163-9, 1987

Tattoos, body experience, and body image boundary among violent male offenders. B. Harry,
15(2): 171-8, 1987

The duty to warn/protect: issues in clinical practice. R. J. Carlson, L. C. Friedman and S. C. Riggert,
15(2): 179-86, 1987

An evaluation of procedures for assessing competency to stand trial. J. Schreiber, R. Roesch and S. Golding,
15(2): 187-203, 1987

Psychiatric testimony in "cult" litigation. D. T. Lunde and H. A. Sigal,
15(2): 205-10, 1987

The forensic psychiatrist of the future. P. E. Dietz,
15(3): 217-27, 1987

"Crudely, without any finesse": the defendant hears his psychiatric evaluation. L. H. Strasburger,
15(3): 229-33, 1987

Defining a clinically useful model for assessing competence to consent to treatment. L. Hipshman,
15(3): 235-45, 1987

Testamentary capacity. F. C. Redmond,
15(3): 247-56, 1987

Pastoral counseling and the concept of malpractice. E. E. Griffith and J. L. Young,
15(3): 257-65, 1987

More forensic romances: De Clerambault's syndrome in men. R. L. Goldstein,
15(3): 267-74, 1987

Death notification. S. Eth, D. A. Baron and R. S. Pynoos,
15(3): 275-81, 1987

Patient warnings in court-ordered evaluations of children and families. R. Barnum, J. Silverberg and D. Nied,
15(3): 283-300, 1987

Mutism, malingering, and competency to stand trial. A. E. Daniel and P. J. Resnick,
15(3): 301-8, 1987

Health law and mental health law courses in US medical schools. A. R. Felthous and R. D. Miller,
15(4): 319-27, 1987

The insanity defense: asking and answering the ultimate question. J. R. Ciccone and C. Clements,
15(4): 329-38, 1987

Development of a computerized sexual assessment laboratory. G. W. Barnard, L. Robbins, D. Tingle, T. Shaw and G. Newman,
15(4): 339-47, 1987

The life histories and psychological profiles of 59 incestuous stepfathers. W. D. Erickson, N. H. Walbek and R. K. Seely,
15(4): 349-57, 1987

Methodology for the analysis of civil commitment detention times and costs. L. R. Faulkner, B. H. McFarland, J. D. Bloom and T. O. Stern,
15(4): 359-70, 1987

Evaluation of competency to stand trial in defendants who do not want to be defended against the crimes charged. R. D. Miller and E. J. Germain,
15(4): 371-9, 1987

The judge's view of competency evaluations. II. H. Owens, R. Rosner and R. B. Harmon,
15(4): 381-9, 1987

The Supreme Court and the mentally disabled criminal defendant: recent developments. M. L. Perlin,
15(4): 391-409, 1987

Vol. 16, 1988

The influence of the right to refuse treatment on precommitment patients. J. D. Bloom, M. H. Williams, S. L. Godard and L. R. Faulkner,
16(1): 5-9, 1988

Disposition of insanity acquittees in Illinois. R. M. Wettstein and E. P. Mulvey,
16(1): 11-24, 1988

From impartial expert to adversary in the wake of Ake. S. Rachlin,
16(1): 25-33, 1988

Insanity plea: predicting not guilty by reason of insanity adjudications. R. W. Jeffrey, R. A. Pasewark and S. Bieber,
16(1): 35-9, 1988

Guilty but mentally ill: the South Carolina experience. D. W. Morgan, T. M. McCullough, P. L. Jenkins and W. M. White,
16(1): 41-8, 1988

United States v. Lyons: toward a new conception of legal insanity. D. Mossman,
16(1): 49-58, 1988

Informed consent issues in the cardiac transplantation evaluation. B. Myers and W. F. Kuhn,
16(1): 59-66, 1988

Current issues in state mental health forensic programs. S. H. Nelson and V. F. Berger,
16(1): 67-75, 1988

HELP: an educational forensic psychiatric assessment program. F. A. Jensen and C. D. Webster,
16(1): 77-85, 1988

Violence in our society. S. H. Frazier,
16(2): 97-9, 1988

Congenital determinants of violence. S. A. Mednick and E. S. Kandel,
16(2): 101-9, 1988

The medical model versus the just deserts model. M. E. Wolfgang,
16(2): 111-21, 1988

A judge's three worlds: proof, philosophy, and the prison. E. B. Spaeth, Jr.,
16(2): 123-30, 1988

Violence: a product of biosocial interactions. F. A. Elliott,
16(2): 131-43, 1988

Violence. Roots and remedies: the perspective of the forensic psychiatrist. R. L. Sadoff,
16(2): 145-52, 1988

Multiple paraphilic diagnoses among sex offenders. G. G. Abel, J. V. Becker, J. Cunningham-Rathner, M. Mittelman and J. L. Rouleau,
16(2): 153-68, 1988

Validating the components of a taxonomic system for rapists: a path analytic approach. R. Rosenberg, R. A. Knight, R. A. Prentky and A. Lee,
16(2): 169-85, 1988

Antisocial personality and substance abuse disorders. J. J. Collins, W. E. Schlenger and B. K. Jordan,
16(2): 187-98, 1988

Assessment of competency for execution? A guide for mental health professionals. K. S. Heilbrun and H. A. McClaren,
16(3): 205-16, 1988

Advisability of substance abuse testing in parents who severely maltreat their children: the issue of drug testing before the juvenile/family courts. R. Famularo, G. Spivak, D. Bunshaft and J. Berkson,
16(3): 217-23, 1988

Psychiatrists in the hot seat: discrediting doctors by impeachment of their credibility. R. L. Goldstein,
16(3): 225-34, 1988

The use and abuse of erection measurements: a forensic perspective. S. Travin, K. Cullen and J. T. Melella,
16(3): 235-50, 1988

Command hallucinations and criminality: a clinical quandary. R. Rogers, D. Nussbaum and R. Gillis,
16(3): 251-8, 1988

Functionalism: the penumbra of psychiatric diagnoses. W. Bromberg,
16(3): 259-68, 1988

Investigatory independence in child sexual abuse evaluations: conceptual considerations. S. White and K. M. Quinn,
16(3): 269-78, 1988

Drug treatment refusal and length of hospitalization of insanity acquittees. M. H. Williams, J. D. Bloom, L. R. Faulkner, J. L. Rogers and S. L. Godard,
16(3): 279-84, 1988

Treating those found incompetent for execution: ethical chaos with only one solution. M. L. Radelet and G. W. Barnard,
16(4): 297-308, 1988

Emerging problems for staff associated with the release of potentially dangerous forensic patients. R. D. Miller, D. M. Doren, G. Van Rybroek and G. J. Maier,
16(4): 309-20, 1988

Relationships between legal and clinical factors among forensic hospital patients. P. Rodenhauser and H. J. Khamis,
16(4): 321-32, 1988

Lifetime and six-month prevalence of psychiatric disorders among sentenced female offenders. A. E. Daniel, A. J. Robins, J. C. Reid and D. E. Wilfley,
16(4): 333-42, 1988

Fostering permanency of children in out-of-home care: psycho-legal aspects. M. J. Fialkov,
16(4): 343-57, 1988

The psychiatrist's guide to right and wrong: judicial standards of wrongfulness since M'Naghten. R. L. Goldstein and M. Rotter,
16(4): 359-67, 1988

"Magical thinking," suicide, and malpractice litigation. H. Bursztajn, T. G. Gutheil, A. Brodsky and E. L. Swagerty,
16(4): 369-77, 1988

Vol. 17, 1989

Capgras syndrome and dangerousness. J. A. Silva, G. B. Leong, R. Weinstock and C. L. Boyer,
17(1): 5-14, 1989

Investigators' and judges' opinions about civil commitment. B. H. McFarland, L. R. Faulkner, J. D. Bloom, R. J. Hallaux and J. D. Bray,
17(1): 15-24, 1989

The diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders in the courts. D. W. Shuman,
17(1): 25-32, 1989

An HIV-infected psychiatric patient: some clinicolegal dilemmas. J. A. Silva, G. B. Leong and R. Weinstock,
17(1): 33-43, 1989

Influences of an interviewer's behaviors in child sexual abuse investigations. K. M. Quinn, S. White and G. Santilli,
17(1): 45-52, 1989

Should forensic patients be informed of evaluators' opinions prior to trial? R. D. Miller and E. J. Germain,
17(1): 53-9, 1989

The psychiatrist's guide to right and wrong: Part II: A systematic analysis of exculpatory delusions. R. L. Goldstein,
17(1): 61-7, 1989

Forensic psychiatry in private practice. H. C. Modlin and A. Felthous,
17(1): 69-82, 1989

Silent suicide in the elderly. R. I. Simon,
17(1): 83-95, 1989

The impact of the right to refuse treatment in a forensic patient population: six-month review. R. D. Miller, M. R. Bernstein, G. J. Van Rybroek and G. J. Maier,
17(2): 107-19, 1989

The psychiatrist's guide to right and wrong: Part III: Postpartum depression and the "appreciation" of wrongfulness. R. L. Goldstein,
17(2): 121-8, 1989

The New York State Insanity Defense Reform Act of 1980: a legislative experiment. D. S. McClellan,
17(2): 129-51, 1989

Sexual attraction to corpses: a psychiatric review of necrophilia. J. P. Rosman and P. J. Resnick,
17(2): 153-63, 1989

Effects of a state law on rates of restraint on a child and adolescent unit. C. Swett, Jr., A. S. Michaels and J. O. Cole,
17(2): 165-9, 1989

Spontaneous hypnosis in the forensic context. J. O. Beahrs,
17(2): 171-81, 1989

Violence in geriatric patients with dementia. E. Haller, R. L. Binder and D. E. McNiel,
17(2): 183-8, 1989

Perceptions of ethical problems by forensic psychiatrists. R. Weinstock,
17(2): 189-202, 1989

Defendants pleading insanity: an analysis of outcome. J. S. Janofsky, M. B. Vandewalle and J. R. Rappeport,
17(2): 203-11, 1989

Legal and ethical issues in the use of antiandrogens in treating sex offenders. J. T. Melella, S. Travin and K. Cullen,
17(3): 223-32, 1989

The paraphilias and Depo-Provera: some medical, ethical and legal considerations. F. S. Berlin,
17(3): 233-9, 1989

The character of danger in psychiatric practice: are the mentally ill dangerous? J. D. Bloom,
17(3): 241-55, 1989

Expert testimony in cult-related litigation. J. L. Young and E. E. Griffith,
17(3): 257-67, 1989

The psychiatrist's guide to right and wrong: Part IV: The insanity defense and the Ultimate Issue Rule. R. L. Goldstein,
17(3): 269-81, 1989

Involuntary administration of medication in the community: the judicial opportunity. M. J. Schmidt and J. L. Geller,
17(3): 283-92, 1989

Female arsonists: a clinical study. D. Bourget and J. M. Bradford,
17(3): 293-300, 1989

Behavioral science and the juvenile death penalty. G. B. Leong and S. Eth,
17(3): 301-9, 1989

The differential impact of deinstitutionalization on white and nonwhite defendants found incompetent to stand trial. T. M. Arvanites,
17(3): 311-20, 1989

Forensic psychiatry: a subspecialty. The presidential address at the nineteenth annual meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. R. Rosner,
17(4): 323-33, 1989

Clinical evaluation of juvenile delinquents: who gets court referred? R. Barnum, R. Famularo, D. Bunshaft, T. Fenton and S. Bolduc,
17(4): 335-44, 1989

The prediction of violent behavior during short-term civil commitment. A. Kirk,
17(4): 345-53, 1989

Grandparents' legal rights to visitation in the fifty states and the District of Columbia. C. A. McCrimmon and R. J. Howell,
17(4): 355-66, 1989

Spying on psychiatrists: surreptitious surveillance of the forensic psychiatric examination by the patient himself. R. L. Goldstein,
17(4): 367-72, 1989

Simulation of brain damage: assessment and decision rules. O. E. Wasyliw and J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr.,
17(4): 373-86, 1989

Follow-up after release of insanity acquittees, mentally disordered offenders, and convicted felons. S. B. Silver, M. I. Cohen and M. K. Spodak,
17(4): 387-400, 1989

Returning the not guilty by reason of insanity to the community: a new scale to determine readiness. H. R. Eisner,
17(4): 401-13, 1989

Forensic pitfalls. H. C. Modlin,
17(4): 415-9, 1989

Vol. 18, 1990

The fusion of medicine and law for in extremis health and medical decisions: does it produce energy and light or just cosmic debris? J. W. Bellacosa,
18(1): 5-21, 1990

Depression in homicidal adolescents. C. P. Malmquist,
18(1): 23-36, 1990

Threats and assaults against psychiatrists. L. R. Faulkner, N. R. Grimm, B. H. McFarland and J. D. Bloom,
18(1): 37-46, 1990

DSM-III diagnoses and offenses in committed female juvenile delinquents. W. C. Myers, R. C. Burket, W. B. Lyles, L. Stone and J. P. Kemph,
18(1): 47-54, 1990

Victims of fraud: comparing victims of white collar and violent crime. L. Ganzini, B. McFarland and J. Bloom,
18(1): 55-63, 1990

Civil commitment: a range of patient attitudes. G. A. Edelsohn and V. A. Hiday,
18(1): 65-77, 1990

Women who molest children. E. L. Rowan, J. B. Rowan and P. Langelier,
18(1): 79-83, 1990

A study of families in high-conflict custody disputes: effects of psychiatric evaluation. V. A. Simons, L. S. Grossman and B. J. Weiner,
18(1): 85-97, 1990

American forensic psychiatrists who work in state institutions. B. Harry, G. J. Maier and R. D. Miller,
18(1): 99-106, 1990

Part I: The NGRI Registry: initial analyses of data collected on Connecticut insanity acquittees. H. V. Zonana, J. A. Wells, M. A. Getz and J. Buchanan,
18(2): 115-28, 1990

Part II: Sex differences in persons found not guilty by reason of insanity: analysis of data from the Connecticut NGRI Registry. H. V. Zonana, R. L. Bartel, J. A. Wells, J. A. Buchanan and M. A. Getz,
18(2): 129-42, 1990

"False confessions" and identification with the aggressor: another forensic misuse of a psychiatric concept. I. N. Perr,
18(2): 143-51, 1990

Forensic psychiatry and malpractice. H. C. Modlin,
18(2): 153-62, 1990

The sexually sadistic criminal and his offenses. P. E. Dietz, R. R. Hazelwood and J. Warren,
18(2): 163-78, 1990

Treatment of sex offenders with Depo-Provera. T. A. Kiersch,
18(2): 179-87, 1990

Legal duties of psychiatric patients. J. O. Beahrs,
18(2): 189-202, 1990

Right to refuse treatment: impact of Rivers v. Katz. J. R. Ciccone, J. F. Tokoli, C. D. Clements and T. E. Gift,
18(2): 203-15, 1990

The trial of Abner Baker, Jr., MD: monomania and McNaughtan rules in antebellum America. R. White,
18(3): 223-34, 1990

Who's afraid of forensic psychiatry? R. D. Miller,
18(3): 235-47, 1990

Axis I and Axis II diagnostic parameters of homicide. R. M. Yarvis,
18(3): 249-69, 1990

Co-occurring mental disorders among criminal offenders. G. Cote and S. Hodgins,
18(3): 271-81, 1990

Posttraumatic stress disorder in tort actions: forensic minefield. L. F. Sparr and J. K. Boehnlein,
18(3): 283-302, 1990

Disposition of insanity acquittees in the United States Military. R. G. Lande,
18(3): 303-9, 1990

Prearraignment forensic evaluation: the odyssey moves east of the Pecos. R. D. Miller,
18(3): 311-21, 1990

Development of a new classificatory model of malingering. R. Rogers,
18(3): 323-33, 1990

Thoughts for the next 20 years. W. H. Reid,
18(4): 343-7, 1990

AIDS-related dementia and competency to stand trial: a potential abuse of the forensic mental health system? M. L. Perlin and J. A. Dvoskin,
18(4): 349-63, 1990

Suicide cases in civil law: do the legal tests make sense? M. McClung,
18(4): 365-72, 1990

The emergency petition process in Maryland. G. Jayaram, J. S. Janofsky and P. J. Fischer,
18(4): 373-8, 1990

Mandatory reporting of sexually exploitative psychotherapists. L. H. Strasburger, L. Jorgenson and R. Randles,
18(4): 379-84, 1990

Criminal defendants who desire punishment. K. L. Appelbaum,
18(4): 385-91, 1990

A comparison of civil patients and incompetent defendants: pre and post deinstitutionalization. T. M. Arvanites,
18(4): 393-403, 1990

Post-Hinckley insanity reform in Oregon. S. M. Reichlin, J. D. Bloom and M. H. Williams,
18(4): 405-12, 1990

Self-incrimination and denial in the juvenile transfer evaluation. R. Barnum,
18(4): 413-27, 1990

Vol. 19, 1991

The presentation of expert testimony via live audio-visual communication. R. D. Miller,
19(1): 5-20, 1991

Rethinking the DSM III-R diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder. R. Rogers and K. Dion,
19(1): 21-31, 1991

The impact of judicial review of patients' refusal to accept antipsychotic medications at the Minnesota Security Hospital. M. G. Farnsworth,
19(1): 33-42, 1991

Paraphilias in U.S. pornography titles: "pornography made me do it" (Ted Bundy). B. Lebegue,
19(1): 43-8, 1991

Physician staffing and patient violence. H. Carmel, E. D. Tanke and J. A. Yesavage,
19(1): 49-51, 1991

Effective representation of children by the guardian ad litem: an empirical investigation. A. B. Sivan and M. Quigley-Rick,
19(1): 53-61, 1991

Criminal offense, psychiatric diagnosis, and psycholegal opinion: an analysis of 894 pretrial referrals. J. I. Warren, W. L. Fitch, P. E. Dietz and B. D. Rosenfeld,
19(1): 63-9, 1991

The diagnosis of intermittent explosive disorder in violent men. A. R. Felthous, S. G. Bryant, C. B. Wingerter and E. Barratt,
19(1): 71-9, 1991

Volition, deception, and the evolution of justice. J. O. Beahrs,
19(1): 81-93, 1991

Understanding due discretion of judgment in Catholic marriage courts. J. L. Young and E. E. Griffith,
19(2): 109-18, 1991

Unconscious fantasies: from the couch to the court. H. Bloom and G. A. Awad,
19(2): 119-30, 1991

Morality and pretextuality, psychiatry and law: of "ordinary common sense," heuristic reasoning, and cognitive dissonance. M. L. Perlin,
19(2): 131-50, 1991

Is money a cure? Follow-up of litigants in England. R. L. Binder, M. R. Trimble and D. E. McNiel,
19(2): 151-60, 1991

A controlled comparison of involuntarily hospitalized medication refusers and acceptors. S. Levin, J. S. Brekke and P. Thomas,
19(2): 161-71, 1991

Antisocial burnout: an exploratory study. J. Arboleda-Florez and H. L. Holley,
19(2): 173-83, 1991

Type of symptomatology as a form of volunteer bias. A. Convit, S. Levine, S. Berns and C. Evangelista,
19(2): 185-91, 1991

The military insanity defense. R. G. Lande,
19(2): 193-201, 1991

Crime and multiple personality disorder: a case history and discussion. I. N. Perr,
19(2): 203-14, 1991

The demographic and psychiatric characteristics of 110 personal injury litigants. B. F. Hoffman,
19(3): 227-36, 1991

Opinions by AAPL forensic psychiatrists on controversial ethical guidelines: a survey [published erratum appears in Bull Am Acad Psychiatry Law 1991;19(4):393]. R. Weinstock, G. B. Leong, J. A. Silva and G. B. Leong,
19(3): 237-48, 1991

Perry v. Louisiana: can a state treat an incompetent prisoner to ready him for execution? G. L. Evans,
19(3): 249-70, 1991

Medical and judicial perceptions of the risks associated with use of antipsychotic medication. H. Bursztajn, B. Chanowitz, E. Kaplan, T. G. Gutheil, R. M. Hamm and V. Alexander,
19(3): 271-5, 1991

Just say no to the charges against you: alcohol intoxication, mental capacity, and criminal responsibility. R. T. Watterson,
19(3): 277-90, 1991

Women clinicians and patient assaults. R. L. Binder,
19(3): 291-6, 1991

Estimating mental health needs and service utilization among prison inmates. H. J. Steadman, E. J. Holohean, Jr. and J. Dvoskin,
19(3): 297-307, 1991

Psychiatrists injured by patient attack. H. Carmel and M. Hunter,
19(3): 309-16, 1991

The volume and characteristics of insanity defense pleas: an eight-state study. L. A. Callahan, H. J. Steadman, M. A. McGreevy and P. C. Robbins,
19(4): 331-8, 1991

Recent developments in the transracial adoption debate. E. E. Griffith and J. L. Duby,
19(4): 339-50, 1991

Involuntary patients' right to refuse medication: impact of the Riese decision on a California inpatient unit. R. L. Binder and D. E. McNiel,
19(4): 351-7, 1991

Court based civil commitment of alcoholics and substance abusers. E. A. Beane and J. C. Beck,
19(4): 359-66, 1991

Competency to stand trial: description and initial evaluation of a new computer-assisted assessment tool (CADCOMP). G. W. Barnard, J. W. Thompson, Jr., W. C. Freeman, L. Robbins, D. Gies and G. C. Hankins,
19(4): 367-81, 1991

Beyond cognition: the role of disordered affective states in impairing competence to consent to treatment. H. J. Bursztajn, H. P. Harding, Jr., T. G. Gutheil and A. Brodsky,
19(4): 383-8, 1991

Mentally disordered offenders in Sweden. L. Lidberg and H. Belfrage,
19(4): 389-93, 1991

Informed consent in the electroconvulsive treatment of geriatric patients. S. B. Levine, K. Blank, H. I. Schwartz and D. S. Rait,
19(4): 395-403, 1991

Forensic psychiatric inpatients served in the United States: regional and system differences. B. B. Way, J. A. Dvoskin and H. J. Steadman,
19(4): 405-12, 1991

Vol. 20, 1992

The plethysmograph: a review of recent literature [see comments]. J. G. Barker and R. J. Howell,
20(1): 13-25, 1992

The Mickey Finn defense: involuntary intoxication and insanity. R. L. Goldstein,
20(1): 27-31, 1992

Children of incarcerated and criminal parents: adjustment, behavior, and prognosis. S. Gabel,
20(1): 33-45, 1992

What treatments do we have for children and adolescents who have killed? W. C. Myers,
20(1): 47-58, 1992

Micro-effects of language on risk perception in drug prescribing behavior. H. J. Bursztajn, B. Chanowitz, T. G. Gutheil and R. M. Hamm,
20(1): 59-66, 1992

Accuracy and expert testimony. S. K. Hoge and T. Grisso,
20(1): 67-76, 1992

The dangerousness of persons with misidentification syndromes. J. A. Silva, G. B. Leong and R. Weinstock,
20(1): 77-86, 1992

Predicting success on conditional release for insanity acquittees: regionalized versus nonregionalized hospital patients. C. Tellefsen, M. I. Cohen, S. B. Silver and C. Dougherty,
20(1): 87-100, 1992

Improvements in the M test as a screening measure for malingering. R. Rogers, M. Bagby and J. R. Gillis,
20(1): 101-4, 1992

A memorial issue to Bernard L. Diamond. Anonymous,
20(2): 111-236, 1992

In memoriam: Bernard L. Diamond December 8, 1912-November 18, 1990. J. Satten,
20(2): 113-8, 1992

The forensic psychiatrist: consultant versus activist in legal doctrine. B. L. Diamond,
20(2): 119-32, 1992

A personal view of the ethics and values of Bernard L. Diamond. J. M. Quen,
20(2): 133-9, 1992

"The Fallacy of the Impartial Expert" revisited. J. Katz,
20(2): 141-52, 1992

Forensic psychiatry: the need for self-regulation. P. S. Appelbaum,
20(2): 153-62, 1992

Professional versus personal ethics: methods for system reform? R. D. Miller,
20(2): 163-77, 1992

Diminished capacity as an alternative to McNaghten in California law. W. Bromberg,
20(2): 179-83, 1992

"Therapist-patient sex syndrome": the perils of nomenclature for the forensic psychiatrist. T. G. Gutheil,
20(2): 185-90, 1992

"A terror to their neighbors": beliefs about mental disorder and violence in historical and cultural perspective. J. Monahan,
20(2): 191-5, 1992

The death penalty and Bernard Diamond's approach to forensic psychiatry. R. Weinstock, G. B. Leong and J. A. Silva,
20(2): 197-210, 1992

The evolution of legal methods for dealing with mind-state in crimes. A. S. Watson,
20(2): 211-20, 1992

Clinical assessment of the voluntariness of behavior. S. L. Halleck,
20(2): 221-36, 1992

Depo provera treatment for sex offending behavior: an evaluation of outcome. W. J. d. Meyer, C. Cole and E. Emory,
20(3): 249-59, 1992

Incompetence, treatment refusal, and hospitalization. J. C. Beck and J. W. Parry,
20(3): 261-7, 1992

Treatment boundary violations: clinical, ethical, and legal considerations [published errata appear in Bull Am Acad Psychiatry Law 1992;20(4):504 and 1994;22(1):132]. R. I. Simon,
20(3): 269-88, 1992

Approaches to forensic assessment of false claims of sexual misconduct by therapists. T. G. Gutheil,
20(3): 289-96, 1992

The impact of clozapine on 25 forensic patients. G. J. Maier,
20(3): 297-307, 1992

Collision between law and ethics: consent for treatment with adolescents. J. M. Shields and A. Johnson,
20(3): 309-23, 1992

The occupational hazards of jury duty. S. M. Kaplan and C. Winget,
20(3): 325-33, 1992

The Tarasoff raid: a new extension of the duty to protect. R. L. Goldstein and J. M. Calderone,
20(3): 335-42, 1992

Peer review of psychiatric expert testimony. American Psychiatric Association's Council on Psychiatry and Law. Anonymous,
20(3): 343-52, 1992

Prohibiting lawyer-client sex. T. Gutheil, L. Jorgenson and P. Sutherland,
20(4): 365-82, 1992

Asbestos exposure and psychic injury--a review of 48 claims. I. N. Perr,
20(4): 383-93, 1992

Grievances and law suits against public mental health professionals: cost of doing business? R. D. Miller,
20(4): 395-408, 1992

Sexual harassment: issues for forensic psychiatrists. R. L. Binder,
20(4): 409-18, 1992

On the duty to protect: an evolutionary perspective. T. J. Rudegeair and P. S. Appelbaum,
20(4): 419-26, 1992

Tarasoff and the dangerous driver: a look at the driving cases. R. W. Pettis,
20(4): 427-37, 1992

Child sexual abuse and forensic psychiatry: evolving and controversial issues. K. Burton and W. C. Myers,
20(4): 439-53, 1992

Legal aspects of clinical care for severely mentally ill, homeless persons. P. S. Appelbaum,
20(4): 455-73, 1992

The treatment of mentally disordered offenders: a national survey of psychiatrists. K. Heilbrun, C. E. Nunez, M. A. Deitchman, D. Gustafson and K. Krull,
20(4): 475-80, 1992

The use of psychiatric diagnoses in the legal process: task force report of the American Psychiatric Association. S. L. Halleck, S. K. Hoge, R. D. Miller, R. L. Sadoff and N. H. Halleck,
20(4): 481-99, 1992

Vol. 21, 1993

An agenda for quality improvement in forensic mental health consultation. R. Barnum,
21(1): 5-21, 1993

Post-traumatic stress disorder and the law: critical review of the new frontier. A. A. Stone,
21(1): 23-36, 1993

Psychophysiologic testing for post-traumatic stress disorder: forensic psychiatric application. R. K. Pitman and S. P. Orr,
21(1): 37-52, 1993

Appropriate short-term risk in psychiatry and the law. J. O. Beahrs and J. L. Rogers,
21(1): 53-67, 1993

Multiple personality disorder: scientific and medicolegal issues. S. H. Dinwiddie, C. S. North and S. H. Yutzy,
21(1): 69-79, 1993

Indochinese patients in the civil commitment process. P. K. Leung, L. R. Faulkner, B. H. McFarland and C. Riley,
21(1): 81-9, 1993

Excluding personality disorders from the insanity defense--a follow-up study. S. M. Reichlin, J. D. Bloom and M. H. Williams,
21(1): 91-100, 1993

The prisoner's prisoner: the theme of voluntary imprisonment in the staff of correctional facilities. R. A. Schultz-Ross,
21(1): 101-6, 1993

Rule-Out and Rule-In scales for the M test for malingering: a cross-validation. G. P. Smith, R. Borum and J. A. Schinka,
21(1): 107-10, 1993

The validity of the M test in a residential forensic facility. G. C. Hankins, G. W. Barnard and L. Robbins,
21(1): 111-21, 1993

The differences between forensic psychiatry and forensic psychology. T. Grisso,
21(2): 133-45, 1993

Effects of professional affiliation on group therapists' confidentiality attitudes and behaviors. H. Roback, S. E. Purdon, E. Ochoa and F. Bloch,
21(2): 147-53, 1993

Major mental disorder and antisocial personality disorder: a criminal combination. S. Hodgins and G. Cote,
21(2): 155-60, 1993

The health care proxy for mental illness: can it work and should we want it to? G. N. Sales,
21(2): 161-79, 1993

How bad is civil commitment? A study of attitudes toward violence and involuntary hospitalization. D. Mossman and K. J. Hart,
21(2): 181-94, 1993

Screening services in civil commitment of the mentally ill: an attempt to balance individual liberties with needs for treatment. U. Aviram,
21(2): 195-211, 1993

Memory processes in children: implications for investigations of alleged child sexual abuse. E. K. Johnson and R. J. Howell,
21(2): 213-26, 1993

Toward the therapeutic use of obscene language: a legal and clinical review. G. J. Maier and R. D. Miller,
21(2): 227-43, 1993

The relationship between insight and control in obsessive-compulsive disorder: implications for the insanity defense. M. Rotter and W. Goodman,
21(2): 245-52, 1993

Misapplication of the Tarasoff duty to driving cases: a call for a reframing of theory. R. W. Pettis and T. G. Gutheil,
21(3): 263-75, 1993

First year of Maryland's new CRP statute in one state hospital. D. D. Storch,
21(3): 277-80, 1993

The biases of child sexual abuse experts: believing is seeing. T. M. Horner, M. J. Guyer and N. M. Kalter,
21(3): 281-92, 1993

Report of the task force on consent to voluntary hospitalization. F. Cournos, L. R. Faulkner, L. Fitzgerald, E. Griffith, M. R. Munetz and B. Winick,
21(3): 293-307, 1993

Informed decision making in persons acquitted not guilty by reason of insanity. R. L. Elliott, E. Nelson, W. L. Fitch, R. Scott, G. Wolber and R. Singh,
21(3): 309-20, 1993

Patient choice: deciding between psychotropic medication and physical restraints in an emergency. Y. Sheline and T. Nelson,
21(3): 321-9, 1993

Asbestos exposure and posttraumatic stress disorder. I. N. Perr,
21(3): 331-44, 1993

Multiple personality disorder in criminal law. M. Steinberg, J. Bancroft and J. Buchanan,
21(3): 345-56, 1993

The noncustodial parent and medical treatment. W. Bernet,
21(3): 357-64, 1993

Pseudodementia and competency. M. I. Good,
21(3): 365-70, 1993

Forensic psychiatry, its place and its promise. W. Bromberg,
21(4): 383-8, 1993

An analysis of police referrals to 10 psychiatric emergency rooms. B. B. Way, M. E. Evans and S. M. Banks,
21(4): 389-97, 1993

Young boys who commit serious sexual offenses: demographics, psychometrics, and phenomenology. J. A. Shaw, A. E. Campo-Bowen, B. Applegate, D. Perez, L. B. Antoine, E. L. Hart, B. B. Lahey, R. J. Testa and A. Devaney,
21(4): 399-408, 1993

Juror stress: identification and intervention. T. B. Feldmann and R. A. Bell,
21(4): 409-17, 1993

Substance abuse and the duty to protect. A. R. Felthous,
21(4): 419-26, 1993

The adaptation to prison by individuals with schizophrenia. D. W. Morgan, A. C. Edwards and L. R. Faulkner,
21(4): 427-33, 1993

Malignant sex and aggression: an overview of serial sexual homicide. W. C. Myers, L. Reccoppa, K. Burton and R. McElroy,
21(4): 435-51, 1993

The role of psychiatry in death penalty defense. J. C. Beck,
21(4): 453-63, 1993

Nonemergent forcible medication in an acute hospital. W. M. Greenberg and S. Attia,
21(4): 465-73, 1993

Effects of publicity on a forensic hospital. S. M. Reichlin and J. D. Bloom,
21(4): 475-83, 1993

Staff injuries from patient attack: five years' data. H. Carmel and M. Hunter,
21(4): 485-93, 1993

Use of biographical and case history data in the assessment of malingering during examination for disability. R. I. Lanyon, E. R. Almer and P. J. Curran,
21(4): 495-503, 1993

The plethysmograph reconsidered: comments on Barker and Howell [comment]. W. T. Simon and P. G. Schouten,
21(4): 505-12, 1993

Dangerous delusions? Misidentification syndromes and professional negligence. S. H. Dinwiddie and S. Yutzy,
21(4): 513-21, 1993

The psychological and legal aftermath of false arrest and imprisonment. R. I. Simon,
21(4): 523-8, 1993

Involuntary medication of patients who are incompetent to stand trial: a descriptive study of the New York experience with judicial review. B. Ladds, A. Convit, J. Zito and J. Vitrai,
21(4): 529-45, 1993

Vol. 22, 1994

Child sexual abuse examinations: proposed guidelines for a standard of care. P. H. Jenkins and R. J. Howell,
22(1): 5-17, 1994

Competency in adolescent inpatients. K. C. Casimir and S. B. Billick,
22(1): 19-29, 1994

Noncompliance with family court mandated evaluations in a juvenile justice clinic. G. Kaplan, D. Pannullo, D. Brodzinsky and J. C. Hitt,
22(1): 31-8, 1994

Utilizing therapists to obtain death penalty verdicts. R. Weinstock,
22(1): 39-52, 1994

Carbamazepine lowers aggression: a review. J. L. Young and M. Hillbrand,
22(1): 53-61, 1994

Intermediate care programs for inmates with psychiatric disorders. W. S. Condelli, J. A. Dvoskin and H. Holanchock,
22(1): 63-70, 1994

Work-related stress in American trial judges. T. D. Eells and C. R. Showalter,
22(1): 71-83, 1994

Hospitalized insanity acquittees' level of functioning. P. J. Shah, W. M. Greenberg and A. Convit,
22(1): 85-93, 1994

Psychiatry and the death penalty: the landmark Supreme Court cases and their ethical implications for the profession. E. J. Kermani and J. E. Kantor,
22(1): 95-108, 1994

Patient-therapist sexual involvement: a review of clinical and research data. G. C. Hankins, M. I. Vera, G. W. Barnard and M. J. Herkov,
22(1): 109-26, 1994

The mock trial in psychiatric staff education. S. Levine and H. Pinsker,
22(1): 127-32, 1994

Patterns of substance abuse and intoxication among murderers. R. M. Yarvis,
22(1): 133-44, 1994

Causation, compulsion, and involuntariness. S. J. Morse,
22(2): 159-80, 1994

An epidemiological study of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and major depression in a male prison population. L. L. Eyestone and R. J. Howell,
22(2): 181-93, 1994

Psychiatric diagnoses in sexual harassment cases. B. L. Long,
22(2): 195-203, 1994

Veterans' psychiatric benefits: enter courts and attorneys. L. F. Sparr, R. White, M. J. Friedman and D. B. Wiles,
22(2): 205-22, 1994

Dissociative identity disorder: adaptive deception of self and others. J. O. Beahrs,
22(2): 223-37, 1994

The prosecution of violent psychiatric inpatients: one respectable intervention. S. Rachlin,
22(2): 239-47, 1994

The right to refuse treatment: recent Canadian developments. T. G. Gratzer and M. Matas,
22(2): 249-56, 1994

Personality disorders and 'restoration to sanity'. H. C. Osran and L. E. Weinberger,
22(2): 257-67, 1994

Forensic psychiatry and the perturbation of psychiatrists' attention and neutrality during psychotherapy. R. I. Simon,
22(2): 269-77, 1994

Adequate evaluation of divorce-related child sexual abuse allegations. A. P. Derdeyn, A. Poehailos and E. Seigle,
22(2): 279-87, 1994

Homeless mentally disordered defendants: competency to stand trial and mental status findings. D. A. Martell, R. Rosner and R. B. Harmon,
22(2): 289-95, 1994

Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals: a new standard for scientific evidence in the courts? H. Zonana,
22(3): 309-25, 1994

Psychiatric genetics and forensic psychiatry: a review. S. H. Dinwiddie,
22(3): 327-42, 1994

Washington State's unscientific approach to the problem of repeat sex offenders. A. L. Brody and R. Green,
22(3): 343-56, 1994

Patterns of recall of childhood sexual abuse as described by adult survivors. R. L. Binder, D. E. McNiel and R. L. Goldstone,
22(3): 357-66, 1994

Predicting treatment outcome for incompetent defendants. R. A. Nicholson, G. W. Barnard, L. Robbins and G. Hankins,
22(3): 367-77, 1994

Beyond competence and sanity: the influence of pretrial evaluation on case disposition. J. I. Warren, B. Rosenfeld and W. L. Fitch,
22(3): 379-88, 1994

Factors associated with the diversion of mentally disordered offenders. S. Davis,
22(3): 389-97, 1994

The use of third-party information in forensic assessments: a two-state comparison. K. Heilbrun, B. Rosenfeld, J. Warren and S. Collins,
22(3): 399-406, 1994

The misperceived duty to report patients' past crimes. M. J. Goldman and T. G. Gutheil,
22(3): 407-10, 1994

Racial differences in the criminalization of the mentally ill. P. M. Grekin, R. Jemelka and E. W. Trupin,
22(3): 411-20, 1994

Inpatient seclusion: description and causes. C. Swett,
22(3): 421-30, 1994

On being 'too crazy' to sign into a mental hospital: the issue of consent to psychiatric hospitalization. S. K. Hoge,
22(3): 431-50, 1994

Mental health screening and evaluation within prisons. J. L. Metzner, R. D. Miller and D. Kleinsasser,
22(3): 451-7, 1994

Medical liability claims and lawsuits filed against the University of Texas System involving adult psychiatric patients. K. D. Wagner, R. Pollard, R. F. Wagner, Jr. and M. D. Shifren,
22(3): 459-69, 1994

Preventing jailhouse suicides. A. R. Felthous,
22(4): 477-88, 1994

The Munchausen syndrome in civil forensic psychiatry. J. S. Janofsky,
22(4): 489-97, 1994

Munchausen syndrome by proxy in false allegations of child sexual abuse: legal implications. L. H. Barker and R. J. Howell,
22(4): 499-510, 1994

Transsexualism and the law. R. Green,
22(4): 511-7, 1994

Involuntary medication of patients who are incompetent to stand trial: a review of empirical studies. B. Ladds and A. Convit,
22(4): 519-32, 1994

Clinical vampirism: blending myth and reality. P. D. Jaffe and F. DiCataldo,
22(4): 533-44, 1994

Staff gender and risk of assault on doctors and nurses. R. L. Binder and D. E. McNiel,
22(4): 545-50, 1994

Community placement for insanity acquittees: a preliminary study of residential programs and person-situation fit. K. Heilbrun, K. Lawson, S. Spier and J. Libby,
22(4): 551-60, 1994

Guide to identifying and correcting decision making errors in mental disability practice. J. Rabinowitz,
22(4): 561-75, 1994

The patient self-determination act and psychiatric care. S. K. Hoge,
22(4): 577-86, 1994

An analogue study of the factors influencing competency decisions. R. K. Blashfield, L. Robbins and G. W. Barnard,
22(4): 587-94, 1994

Medication refusal--clinical picture and outcome after use of administrative review. G. Urrutia,
22(4): 595-603, 1994

Factors associated with dangerous behavior in forensic inpatients: results from a pilot study. E. M. Ball, D. Young, L. A. Dotson, L. T. Brothers and D. Robbins,
22(4): 605-20, 1994

Psychiatric stigma in correctional facilities. R. D. Miller and J. L. Metzner,
22(4): 621-8, 1994

Vol. 23, 1995

Crime and memory. J. L. Herman,
23(1): 5-17, 1995

Medroxyprogesterone treatment for paraphiliacs. H. M. Kravitz, T. W. Haywood, J. Kelly, C. Wahlstrom, S. Liles and J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr.,
23(1): 19-33, 1995

Examination of treatment completion and predicted outcome among incarcerated sex offenders. T. A. Shaw, M. J. Herkov and R. A. Greer,
23(1): 35-41, 1995

The long-term outcome of antisocial personality disorder compared with depression, schizophrenia, and surgical conditions. D. W. Black, C. H. Baumgard and S. E. Bell,
23(1): 43-52, 1995

Psychiatric factors associated with dangerous misidentification delusions. J. A. Silva, G. B. Leong, R. Weinstock and R. L. Klein,
23(1): 53-61, 1995

Infantophilia--a new subcategory of pedophilia?: a preliminary study. D. M. Greenberg, J. Bradford and S. Curry,
23(1): 63-71, 1995

Axis I and personality comorbidity in adolescents with conduct disorder. R. C. Burket and W. C. Myers,
23(1): 73-82, 1995

Teaching forensic psychiatry to psychiatric residents. M. K. Marrocco, J. C. Uecker and J. R. Ciccone,
23(1): 83-91, 1995

Public evaluations of unrepresented defendants. R. D. Miller, J. Olin, G. Beven and J. Covey,
23(1): 93-103, 1995

Countertransference in conflict: one client or two? J. K. Hill,
23(1): 105-16, 1995

Interaction of the criminal justice system and psychiatric professionals in which civil commitment standards are prohibitive. P. Solomon, R. Rogers, J. Draine and A. Meyerson,
23(1): 117-28, 1995

Medical ethics, cultural values, and physician participation in lethal injection. J. K. Boehnlein, R. M. Parker, R. M. Arnold, C. F. Bosk and L. F. Sparr,
23(1): 129-34, 1995

Using science to influence the Supreme Court on the right to refuse treatment: amicus curiae briefs in Washington v. Harper. H. I. Schwartz and R. Boland,
23(1): 135-46, 1995

Violence, sensation seeking, and impulsivity in schizophrenics found unfit to stand trial. S. Z. Kaliski and T. Zabow,
23(1): 147-55, 1995

The psychological autopsy: a useful tool for determining proximate causation in suicide cases. D. Jacobs and M. Klein-Benheim,
23(2): 165-82, 1995

Is liability possible for forensic psychiatrists? R. Weinstock and T. Garrick,
23(2): 183-93, 1995

A history of subspecialization in forensic psychiatry. S. E. Prentice,
23(2): 195-203, 1995

Predictors of returning to work. P. Ash and S. I. Goldstein,
23(2): 205-10, 1995

After the ADA: service dogs on inpatient psychiatric units. R. P. Houghtalen and J. Doody,
23(2): 211-7, 1995

Stalking as a variant of domestic violence. J. L. Kurt,
23(2): 219-30, 1995

Adapting symptom validity testing to evaluate suspicious complaints of amnesia in medicolegal evaluations. R. I. Frederick, M. Carter and J. Powel,
23(2): 231-7, 1995

Cult membership as a source of self-cohesion: forensic implications. T. B. Feldmann and P. W. Johnson,
23(2): 239-48, 1995

Forensic psychiatry in Britain. J. C. Beck,
23(2): 249-60, 1995

Biological parents regaining their rights: a psycholegal analysis of a new era in custody disputes. E. J. Kermani and B. A. Weiss,
23(2): 261-7, 1995

Denouement of an execution competency case: is Perry pyrrhic? D. Mossman,
23(2): 269-84, 1995

Seroprevalence of human immunodeficiency virus among inpatient pretrial detainees. D. Schwartz-Watts, L. D. Montgomery and D. W. Morgan,
23(2): 285-8, 1995

Involuntary hospitalization and police referrals to a psychiatric emergency department. L. W. Reinish and J. R. Ciccone,
23(2): 289-98, 1995

Sex offenders who claim amnesia for their alleged offense. D. Bourget and J. M. Bradford,
23(2): 299-307, 1995

California law enforcement agencies and the mentally ill offender. J. R. Husted, R. A. Charter and B. Perrou,
23(3): 315-29, 1995

Lethal violence and psychosis: a clinical profile. P. G. Nestor, J. Haycock, S. Doiron, J. Kelly and D. Kelly,
23(3): 331-41, 1995

Long-term, assenting psychiatric patients: decisional capacity and the quality of care. S. K. Hoge and T. C. Feucht-Haviar,
23(3): 343-52, 1995

Decision-making capacity for informed consent in the older population. K. Christensen, A. Haroun, L. J. Schneiderman and D. V. Jeste,
23(3): 353-65, 1995

Running scared: therapists' excessive concerns about following rules. W. Bernet,
23(3): 367-74, 1995

Neonaticide, infanticide, and filicide: a review of the literature. S. E. Pitt and E. M. Bale,
23(3): 375-86, 1995

A clinical investigation of malingering and psychopathy in hospitalized insanity acquittees. C. B. Gacono, J. R. Meloy, K. Sheppard, E. Speth and A. Roske,
23(3): 387-97, 1995

Rates of insanity acquittals and the factors associated with successful insanity pleas. C. Cirincione, H. J. Steadman and M. A. McGreevy,
23(3): 399-409, 1995

Diagnostic patterns among three violent offender types. R. M. Yarvis,
23(3): 411-9, 1995

Regulating pastoral counseling practice: the problem of sexual misconduct. J. L. Young and E. E. Griffith,
23(3): 421-32, 1995

APA resource document: legal sanctions for mental health professional-patient sexual misconduct. S. K. Hoge, L. Jorgenson, N. Goldstein, J. Metzner, R. Patterson and G. Robinson,
23(3): 433-48, 1995

Comparative forensic psychiatry: I. Commentary on the Italian system. J. R. Ciccone and S. Ferracuti,
23(3): 449-52, 1995

Comparative forensic psychiatry: II. The perizia and the role of the forensic psychiatrist in the Italian legal system. J. R. Ciccone and S. Ferracuti,
23(3): 453-66, 1995

Countertransference in court interpreters. L. A. Mellman,
23(3): 467-71, 1995

Proposed federal legislation jeopardizes patient privacy. S. K. Hoge,
23(4): 495-500, 1995

Forensic and policy implications of the transracial adoption debate. E. E. Griffith,
23(4): 501-12, 1995

Need for expansion of forensic psychiatrists' role in sexual harassment cases. S. Feldman-Schorrig,
23(4): 513-22, 1995

A comparison of female versus male insanity acquittees in Colorado. A. Seig, E. Ball and J. A. Menninger,
23(4): 523-32, 1995

Civil commitment viewed from three perspectives: professional, family, and police. J. R. Husted and A. Nehemkis,
23(4): 533-46, 1995

The mental state of arsonists as determined by forensic psychiatric examinations. P. Rasanen, H. Hakko and E. Vaisanen,
23(4): 547-53, 1995

Incurable psychopaths? M. Kristiansson,
23(4): 555-62, 1995

Rape trauma syndrome in the military courts. S. A. Young,
23(4): 563-71, 1995

Screening prison inmates for mental disorder: an examination of the relationship between mental disorder and prison adjustment. F. DiCataldo, A. Greer and W. E. Profit,
23(4): 573-85, 1995

Experiencing a shame response as a precursor to violence. H. E. Thomas,
23(4): 587-93, 1995

Differential use of admission status in a psychiatric emergency room. J. Rabinowitz, M. Slyuzberg, I. Salamon and S. E. Dupler,
23(4): 595-606, 1995

Violence and schizophrenia: clozapine as a specific antiaggressive agent. P. Buckley, J. Bartell, K. Donenwirth, S. Lee, F. Torigoe and S. C. Schulz,
23(4): 607-11, 1995

Chronic fatigue syndrome associated with a psychotic state resulting in multiple murders. M. Ghahramani and V. Gooriah,
23(4): 613-6, 1995

Vol. 24, 1996

Myths, realities, and the political world: the anthropology of insanity defense attitudes. M. L. Perlin,
24(1): 5-26, 1996

Veterans affairs disability compensation: a case study in countertherapeutic jurisprudence. D. Mossman,
24(1): 27-44, 1996

Delayed traumatic recall in adults: a synthesis with legal, clinical, and forensic recommendations. J. O. Beahrs, J. J. Cannell and T. G. Gutheil,
24(1): 45-55, 1996

The role of serotonin in the future of forensic psychiatry. J. M. Bradford,
24(1): 57-72, 1996

Medroxyprogesterone and paraphiles: do testosterone levels matter? H. M. Kravitz, T. W. Haywood, J. Kelly, S. Liles and J. L. Cavanaugh, Jr.,
24(1): 73-83, 1996

Detection of misreported drug use in forensic populations: an overview of hair analysis. K. S. Kelly and R. Rogers,
24(1): 85-94, 1996

Genetics, antisocial personality, and criminal responsibility. S. H. Dinwiddie,
24(1): 95-108, 1996

Pilot study of the adjunct utility of a computer-assisted Diagnostic Interview Schedule (C-DIS) in forensic psychiatric patients. J. Ahlberg, J. R. Tuck and C. Allgulander,
24(1): 109-16, 1996

Issues in forensic psychiatry in Islamic jurisprudence. K. S. Chaleby,
24(1): 117-24, 1996

Forensic significance of the limbic psychotic trigger reaction. A. A. Pontius,
24(1): 125-34, 1996

Understanding head injury and intellectual recovery from brain damage: is IQ an adequate measure? G. Cahn and R. E. Gould,
24(1): 135-42, 1996

Seroprevalence of human immunodeficiency virus among inpatient pretrial detainees [letter]. K. McKinnon,
24(1): 143-4, 1996

Guttmacher lecture at the 1994 AAPL meetings [letter; comment]. J. Kroll,
24(1): 144-5, 1996

The quest for excellence in forensic psychiatry. P. E. Dietz,
24(2): 153-63, 1996

Revisiting the insanity defense: contested or consensus? C. Cirincione,
24(2): 165-76, 1996

Criminal recidivism in mentally ill offenders: a pilot study. V. Harris and T. D. Koepsell,
24(2): 177-86, 1996

Mentally ill and non-mentally ill defendants' abilities to understand information relevant to adjudication: a preliminary study. S. K. Hoge, N. Poythress, R. Bonnie, M. Eisenberg, J. Monahan, T. Feucht-Haviar and L. Oberlander,
24(2): 187-97, 1996

The propriety of broadly worded mental health inquiries on bar application forms. S. C. Gauffreau,
24(2): 199-217, 1996

Dangerousness and command hallucinations: an investigation of psychotic inpatients. M. E. Kasper, R. Rogers and P. A. Adams,
24(2): 219-24, 1996

Are pedophiles with aggressive tendencies more sexually violent? D. M. Greenberg, J. M. Bradford and S. Curry,
24(2): 225-35, 1996

A descriptive study of emergency admissions to Farview State Hospital. F. Fox, J. R. Ruby, K. Siska and T. Singer,
24(2): 237-45, 1996

Dangerousness commitments: indices of future violence potential? R. A. Zeiss, E. D. Tanke, H. H. Fenn and J. A. Yesavage,
24(2): 247-53, 1996

Use of legal terms in will contests: implications for psychiatrists. D. J. Sprehe and A. L. Kerr,
24(2): 255-65, 1996

Posttraumatic stress disorder, pulp fiction, and the press. G. M. Rosen,
24(2): 267-9, 1996

Memory distortion and false memory creation. E. F. Loftus,
24(3): 281-95, 1996

Establishing standards for criminal forensic reports: an empirical analysis. R. Borum and T. Grisso,
24(3): 297-317, 1996

Incompetency to stand trial and mental health treatment: a case study testing the subversion hypothesis. E. Hochstedler Steury, M. Choinski and S. R. Steury,
24(3): 319-31, 1996

The relationship of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and conduct disorder to juvenile delinquency: legal implications. H. A. Foley, C. O. Carlton and R. J. Howell,
24(3): 333-45, 1996

California's diminished capacity defense: evolution and transformation. R. Weinstock, G. B. Leong and J. A. Silva,
24(3): 347-66, 1996

Threats against clinicians: a preliminary descriptive classification. G. P. Brown, W. R. Dubin, J. R. Lion and L. J. Garry,
24(3): 367-76, 1996

Forensic aspects of medical student abuse: a Canadian perspective. K. J. Margittai, R. Moscarello and M. F. Rossi,
24(3): 377-85, 1996

Factitious sexual harassment. S. Feldman-Schorrig,
24(3): 387-92, 1996

APA resource document: I. The professional responsibilities of psychiatrists in evolving health care systems. S. K. Hoge,
24(3): 393-406, 1996

APA resource document: II. Regulatory guidelines for protecting the interests of psychiatric patients in emerging health care systems. S. K. Hoge,
24(3): 407-18, 1996

Role of serotonin in forensic psychiatry [letter]. P. Buckley, G. Gardner, S. Lee and F. Torigoe,
24(3): 419-22, 1996

Data collected to test hypotheses about psychological trauma [letter]. J. Goodwin,
24(3): 422-3, 1996

Myths, realities, and the political world: the anthropology of insanity defense attitudes [letter]. A. L. Halpern,
24(3): 423-6, 1996

Myths, realities, and the political world: the anthropology of insanity defense attitudes [letter]. B. S. Joseph,
24(3): 426-7, 1996

Capacity to consent to voluntary hospitalization: searching for a satisfactory Zinermon screen. N. G. Poythress, M. Cascardi and L. Ritterband,
24(4): 439-52, 1996

Prearraignment forensic evaluations: toward a new policy. S. A. Ornish, M. J. Mills and M. C. Ornish,
24(4): 453-70, 1996

When Munchausen becomes malingering: factitious disorders that penetrate the legal system. S. J. Eisendrath,
24(4): 471-81, 1996

Tales of the crypt for psychiatrists: mourning, melancholia, and mortuary malpractice. S. Eth, G. B. Leong and T. R. Garrick,
24(4): 483-92, 1996

Postconcussional disorder and loss of consciousness. S. D. Anderson,
24(4): 493-504, 1996

A clinical study of competency in psychiatric inpatients. S. B. Billick, P. W. Naylor, M. F. Majeske, W. Burgert, 3rd and G. P. Davis,
24(4): 505-11, 1996

Patients' attitudes toward having been forcibly medicated. W. M. Greenberg, L. Moore-Duncan and R. Herron,
24(4): 513-24, 1996

A comparison of treatment of paraphilias with three serotonin reuptake inhibitors: a retrospective study. D. M. Greenberg, J. M. Bradford, S. Curry and O. R. A,
24(4): 525-32, 1996

Trading forensic and family commitments. A. J. Kearney, T. G. Gutheil and M. L. Commons,
24(4): 533-46, 1996

Posttraumatic stress disorder, pulp fiction, and the press [letter]. F. Nesbit,
24(4): 547, 1996

Vol. 25, 1997

Interpreting the effectiveness of involuntary outpatient commitment: a conceptual model. J. W. Swanson, M. S. Swartz, L. K. George, B. J. Burns, V. A. Hiday, R. Borum and H. R. Wagner,
25(1): 5-16, 1997

Toward the development of guidelines for the conduct of forensic psychiatric examinations. R. I. Simon and R. M. Wettstein,
25(1): 17-30, 1997

Memory, repression, and child sexual abuse: forensic implications for the mental health professional. T. B. Corelli, M. J. Hoag and R. J. Howell,
25(1): 31-47, 1997

Survivors of sexual abuse allege therapist negligence. C. Regehr and G. Glancy,
25(1): 49-58, 1997

Scientific status of the concept of continuing emotional propensity for sexually aberrant acts. R. I. Lanyon,
25(1): 59-67, 1997

Self-mutilation and suicide attempt: distinguishing features in prisoners. C. Fulwiler, C. Forbes, S. L. Santangelo and M. Folstein,
25(1): 69-77, 1997

Beyond the black letter of the law: an empirical study of an individual judge's decision process for civil commitment hearings. H. J. Bursztajn, R. M. Hamm and T. G. Gutheil,
25(1): 79-94, 1997

Group dynamics in forensic pretrial decision-making. S. E. Pitt, J. D. Brandt, C. Tellefsen, J. S. Janofsky, M. E. Cohen, E. D. Bettis and J. R. Rappeport,
25(1): 95-104, 1997

Depression in jailed women defendants and its relationship to their adjudicative competence. R. E. Redding,
25(1): 105-19, 1997

American Psychiatric Association resources document on principles of informed consent in psychiatry. Anonymous,
25(1): 121-5, 1997

Book Reviews.
25(1): 127-130, 1997

Almost a revolution: an international perspective on the law of involuntary commitment. P. S. Appelbaum,
25(2): 135-47, 1997

Description of an outpatient psychiatric population in a youthful offender's prison. J. P. Kemph, R. O. Braley and P. V. Ciotola,
25(2): 149-60, 1997

Not guilty by reason of insanity of murder: clinical and neuropsychological characteristics. P. G. Nestor and J. Haycock,
25(2): 161-71, 1997

Aggression and schizophrenia: efficacy of risperidone. P. F. Buckley, Z. Y. Ibrahim, B. Singer, B. Orr, K. Donenwirth and P. S. Brar,
25(2): 173-81, 1997

Detection of malingering: validation of the Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS). G. P. Smith and G. K. Burger,
25(2): 183-9, 1997

Competency to consent to hospitalization in the medical patient. S. B. Billick, P. Della Bella and W. Burgert, 3rd,
25(2): 191-6, 1997

Accommodations for test anxiety under ADA? G. E. Zuriff,
25(2): 197-206, 1997

Criminal recidivism and family histories of schizophrenic and nonschizophrenic fire setters: comorbid alcohol dependence in schizophrenic fire setters. E. Repo and M. Virkkunen,
25(2): 207-15, 1997

Ethical aspects of competence for sexual relationships: a case of adult sibling incest. M. J. Feldman and T. G. Gutheil,
25(2): 217-22, 1997

Book Reviews.
25(2): 223-225, 1997

A theory of ethics for forensic psychiatry. P. S. Appelbaum,
25(3): 233-47, 1997

The MacArthur Adjudicative Competence Study: a comparison of criteria for assessing the competence of criminal defendants. R. J. Bonnie, S. K. Hoge, J. Monahan, N. Poythress, M. Eisenberg and T. Feucht-Haviar,
25(3): 249-59, 1997

Predictors of adolescent psychopathy: oppositional and conduct-disordered symptoms. R. Rogers, J. Johansen, J. J. Chang and R. T. Salekin,
25(3): 261-71, 1997

The origins of forensic psychiatry in the United States and the great nineteenth-century crisis over the adjudication of wills. J. C. Mohr,
25(3): 273-84, 1997

Does "isolation" cause jail suicides? A. R. Felthous,
25(3): 285-94, 1997

Impact of social changes on female mentally disordered offenders from 1980 to 1994 in Japan. L. Xie,
25(3): 295-310, 1997

Identifying homeless mentally ill veterans in jail: a preliminary report. J. G. Stovall, L. Cloninger and L. Appleby,
25(3): 311-5, 1997

A comparative study of psychotic and nonpsychotic stalking. K. K. Kienlen, D. L. Birmingham, K. B. Solberg, J. T. O'Regan and J. R. Meloy,
25(3): 317-34, 1997

Natural born killers?: the development of the sexually sadistic serial killer. B. R. Johnson and J. V. Becker,
25(3): 335-48, 1997

Treatment refusal procedures and service utilization: a comparison of involuntarily hospitalized populations. J. D. Bloom, M. H. Williams, C. Land, M. C. Hornbrook and J. Mahler,
25(3): 349-57, 1997

American Psychiatric Association resource document on peer review of expert testimony. Anonymous,
25(3): 359-73, 1997

An introduction to correctional psychiatry: Part I. J. L. Metzner,
25(3): 375-81, 1997

Jaffee v. Redmond: making the courts a tool of injustice? K. W. Chan,
25(3): 383-9, 1997

Assessing the criminal responsibility of individuals with multiple personality disorder: legal cases, legal theory. S. H. Behnke,
25(3): 391-9, 1997

Anatomy of a prison commission. P. J. Candilis and K. L. Appelbaum,
25(3): 401-7, 1997

Prearraignment forensic evaluations: toward a new policy [letter; comment]. A. L. Halpern,
25(3): 421-3; discussion 426-32, 1997

Prearraignment forensic evaluations: toward a new policy [letter; comment]. J. C. Schoenholtz,
25(3): 423-6; discussion 426-32, 1997

Book Reviews.
25(3): 433-435, 1997

Sex on the wards: Conundra for clinicians. D. Mossman, M. L. Perlin and D. A. Dorfman,
25(4): 441-60, 1997

Risperidone in the management of violent, treatment-resistant schizophrenics hospitalized in a maximum security forensic facility. N. C. Beck, S. R. Greenfield, H. Gotham, A. A. Menditto, P. Stuve and C. A. Hemme,
25(4): 461-8, 1997

Competency to stand trial evaluations: a study of actual practice in two states. E. Robbins, J. Waters and P. Herbert,
25(4): 469-83, 1997

Genocide in Bosnia: the case of Dr. Radovan Karadzic. K. B. Dekleva and J. M. Post,
25(4): 485-96, 1997

Psychopathology and personality in juvenile sexual homicide offenders. W. C. Myers and R. Blashfield,
25(4): 497-508, 1997

The impact of system design on the characteristics of Missouri's insanity acquittees. D. M. Linhorst,
25(4): 509-29, 1997

Cognitive functions in the informed consent evaluation process: a pilot study. J. C. Holzer, D. A. Gansler, N. P. Moczynski and M. F. Folstein,
25(4): 531-40, 1997

Stalkers: the South Carolina experience. D. Schwartz-Watts, D. W. Morgan and C. J. Barnes,
25(4): 541-5, 1997

Above the law: escapes from a maximum security forensic hospital and psychopathy. C. B. Gacono, J. R. Meloy, E. Speth and A. Roske,
25(4): 547-50, 1997

American Psychiatric Association resource document on preserving patient confidentiality in the era of information technology. Anonymous,
25(4): 551-9, 1997

American Psychiatric Association resource document on computerized records: a guide to security. Anonymous,
25(4): 561-4, 1997

Do juries listen to jury instructions? S. H. Berger,
25(4): 565-70, 1997

An introduction to correctional psychiatry: Part II. J. L. Metzner,
25(4): 571-9, 1997

A suggested framework for forensic consultation in cases of child abuse and neglect. R. Barnum,
25(4): 581-93, 1997

Physician-assisted suicide and the Supreme Court: the Washington and Vacco verdicts. P. J. Candilis and K. L. Appelbaum,
25(4): 595-606, 1997

Kansas v. Hendricks. A. J. Grudzinskas, Jr. and M. G. Henry,
25(4): 607-12, 1997

Book Reviews.
25(4): 625-628, 1997

Vol. 26, 1998

Disabled Doctors: The Insurance Industry Seeks a Second Opinion. B. W. Wall and K. L. Appelbaum,
26(1): 7-19, 1998

Expert Witness Travel Dilemmas: A Pilot Study of Billing Practices. T. G. Gutheil, F. E. Slater, M. L.Commons and E. A. Goodheart,
26(1): 21-26, 1998

"Courtroom Whores"? -- or Why Do Attorneys Call Us?: Findings from a Survey on Attorneys' Use of Mental Health Experts. D. Mossman and M. B. Kapp,
26(1): 27-36, 1998

Prototypes of Intrafamily Homicide and Serious Assault Among Insanity Acquittees. M. E. Lewis, D. C. Scott, M. V. Baranoski, J. A. Buchanan and E. E. H. Griffith,
26(1): 37-48, 1998

Relating Competency Status to Functional Status at Discharge in Patients with Chronic Mental Illness. B. N. Jones, G. Jayaram, J. Samuels and H. Robinson,
26(1): 49-55, 1998

Corruption in Law Enforcement: A Paradigm of Occupational Stress and Deviancy. F. L. McCafferty and M. A. McCafferty,
26(1): 57-65, 1998

A Comparison of Youthful Inmates Who Have Committed Violent Versus Nonviolent Crimes. J. P. Kemph, R. O. Braley and P. V. Ciotola,
26(1): 67-74, 1998

Extended Civil Commitment for Dangerous Psychiatric Patients. L. E. Weinberger, S. Sreenivasan and EtanMarkowitz,
26(1): 75-87, 1998

Competency to Stand Trial in Preadjudicatory Juveniles and Adults. G. R. McKee,
26(1): 89-99, 1998

Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Psychiatrist Make. A. Robey,
26(1): 101-105, 1998

An Introduction to Correctional Psychiatry: Part III. J. L. Metzner,
26(1): 107-115, 1998

Disability Discrimination and Parker v. Metropolitan Life: Separate, but Equal? B. W. Wall,
26(1): 117-121, 1998

Privatized Managed Care and Forensic Mental Health Services. I. K. Packer,
26(1): 123-129, 1998

Legal Digest. K. L. Appelbaum and J. Albert J. Grudzinskas,
26 (1 ): 131-149 , 1998

Book Reviews.
26 (1 ): 159-164 , 1998

Ethics In Forensic Psychiatry: A Cultural Response To Stone and Appelbaum. E. E. H. Griffith,
26(2): 171-184, 1998

Recidivism in Convicted Rapists. P. Firestone, J. M. Bradford, M. McCoy, D. M. Greenberg, S. Curry and M. R. Larose,
26(2): 185-200, 1998

Quantifying Psychological Victimization: Scientific Uncertainty, Legal Necessity. J. O. Beahrs,
26(2): 201-214, 1998

The Competence-Related Abilities of Women Criminal Defendants. N. G. Poythress, S. K. Hoge, R. J.Bonnie, J. Monahan, M. Eisenberg and TomFeucht-Haviar,
26(2): 215-222, 1998

Competency to Stand Trial Adjudication: A Comparison of Female and Male Defendants. S. E. Riley,
26(2): 223-240, 1998

Violent Versus Nonviolent Stalkers. D. Schwartz-Watts and D. W. Morgan,
26(2): 241-245, 1998

Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury and Burn Patients in the Civil Justice System: The Prevalence and Impact of Psychiatric Symptomatology. J. E. Max, W. A. Bowers, D. Baldus and E. E. Gaylor,
26(2): 247-258, 1998

Evaluating Privilege Requests from Mentally Ill Prisoners. E. R. Pinta,
26(2): 259-265, 1998 P> American Psychiatric Association Resource Document on Controversies in Child Custody: Gay and Lesbian Parenting, Transracial Adoptions, Joint Versus Sole Custody, and Custody Gender Issues. R. L. Binder,
26(2): 267-276, 1998

Report from the Committee on Sex Offenders: The Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest-- A Brief Description. R. B. Krueger, J. M. W. Bradford and G. D. Glancy,
26(2): 277-280, 1998

Psychiatry, the Law, and Public Affairs. N. L. Stotland,
26(2): 281-287, 1998

Reconsideration of Sexual Misconduct by Clergy Counselors: The Case of F.G. v. MacDonell. J. L. Young and E. E. H. Griffith,
26(2): 289-293, 1998

Forensic Psychiatry in the United States Military. R. G. Lande and D. M. Benedek,
26(2): 295-304, 1998

The Practice of Forensic Psychiatry: Perils, Problems, and Pitfalls. R. L. Sadoff,
26(2): 305-314, 1998

Book Reviews.
26(2): 333-336, 1998

Donaldson Revisited: Is Dangerousness a Constitutional Requirement for Civil Commitment? G. E. Linburn,
26(3): 343-351, 1998

Command Hallucinations, Compliance, and Risk Assessment. K. Hersh and R. Borum,
26(3): 353-359, 1998

The Credible Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation in Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Litigation. R. I. Simon,
26(3): 361-374, 1998

Differences in Anxiety Between First-Time and Multiple-Time Inmates: A Multicultural Perspective . V. Reinhardt and R. Rogers,
26(3): 375-382, 1998

Mourning in Prison: Mission Impossible?. D. H. Schetky,
26(3): 383-391, 1998

Rearrest Among Mentally Ill Offenders. V. Harris and T. D. Koepsell,
26(3): 393-402, 1998

Capital Versus Noncapital Murderers. R. L. Frierson, D. M. Schwartz-Watts, D. W. Morgan and T. D. Malone,
26(3): 403-410, 1998

An Examination of Gender and Racial Differences Among Missouri Insanity Acquittees. D. M. Linhorst, L. Hunsucker and L. D. Parker,
26(3): 411-424, 1998

The Burgess Decision and the Wallerstein Brief. R. A. Gardner,
26(3): 425-431, 1998

The Corruption Process of a Law Enforcement Officer: A Paradigm of Occupational Stress and Deviancy. F. L. McCafferty, S. Souryal and M. A. McCafferty,
26(3): 433-458, 1998

Personal Computers in Forensic Psychiatry. P. Ash,
26(3): 459-466, 1998

Managed Behavioral Healthcare in Correctional Settings. R. F. Patterson,
26(3): 467-473, 1998

Sickness and Wickedness: New Conceptions and New Paradoxes. J. Feinberg,
26(3): 475-485, 1998

Murder, Minors, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors, and the Involuntary Intoxication Defense . W. C. Myers and M. A. Vondruska,
26(3): 487-496, 1998

General Electric Co. v. Joiner: Lighting Up the Post-Daubert Landscape?. J. Albert J. Grudzinskas and K. L. Appelbaum,
26(3): 497-503, 1998

Book Reviews.
26(3): 521-530, 1998

Homicidal Sex Offenders: Psychological, Phallometric,and Diagnostic Features. P. Firestone, J. M. Bradford, D. M. Greenberg and M. R. Larose,
26(4): 537-552, 1998

Legal Liability and Workplace Violence. S. J. Brakel,
26(4): 553-562, 1998

Addressing Bias in the Forensic Assessment of Sexual Harassment Claims. L. H. Gold,
26(4): 563-578, 1998

Clinical Symptom Presentation in Suspected Malingerers: An Empirical Investigation. L. T. Kucharski, W. Ryan, J. Vogt and E. Goodloe,
26(4): 579-585, 1998

A Clinical Study of Competency in Child Psychiatric Inpatients. S. B. Billick, J. L. Edwards, W. B. III, J. R. Serlen and S. M. Bruni,
26(4): 587-594, 1998

A Model For Predicting Depression in Victims of Rape. C. Regehr, G. Regehr and J. Bradford,
26(4): 595-605, 1998

The Dangerousness of Persons with Delusional Jealousy. J. A. Silva, M. M. Ferrari, G. B. Leong and G. Penny,
26(4): 607-623, 1998

Police Attitudes Toward Mental Illness and Psychiatric Patients in Israel. R. Kimhi, Y. Barak, J. Gutman, Y. Melamed, M. Zohar and I. Barak,
26(4): 625-630, 1998

Coercion in Psychiatric Care: What Have We Learned from Research?. C. W. Lidz,
26(4): 631-637, 1998

Testimonial Privilege and the Problem of Death: The Vincent Foster Case and Beyond. S. H. Behnke,
26(4): 639-648, 1998

Dangerousness: A Mutating Concept Passes Through the Literature. M. G. Goldzband,
26(4): 649-654, 1998

The Ethics of the Texas Death Penalty and Its Impact on a Prolonged Appeals Process. T. Pearlman,
26(4): 655-660, 1998

The Development of Internal Forensic Review Boards in the Management of Hospitalized Insanity Acquittees. R. F. Patterson and B. F. Wise,
26(4): 661-664, 1998

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections et al. v. Ronald R. Yeskey: Prisons and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. J. L. Metzner,
26(4): 665-668, 1998

Book Reviews.
26(4): 687-689, 1998

Vol. 27, 1999

Novel Antipsychotic Agents and Their Implications for Forensic Psychiatry. D. A. Pinals and P. F. Buckley,
27(1): 7-22, 1999

Sadism and Psychopathy in Violent and Sexually Violent Offenders. S. E. Holt, J. R. Meloy and S. Strack,
27(1): 23-33, 1999

Effects of Practitioners' Sexual Misconduct: A Follow-Up Study. E. T. Luepker,
27(1): 51-64, 1999

Competency to Stand Trial in Family Court: Characteristics of Competent and Incompetent Juveniles . G. R. McKee and S. J. Shea,
27(1): 65-74, 1999

Conducting Forensic Examinations on the Road: Are You Practicing Your Profession Without a License?. R. I. Simon and D. W. Shuman,
27(1): 75-82, 1999

Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol) Abuse in Combination with Alcohol Causes Premeditated, Grievous Violence in Male Juvenile Offenders. A. M. Daderman and L. Lidberg,
27(1): 83-101, 1999

Neuropsychological Assessment of Competency to Stand Trial Evaluations: A Practical Conceptual Model. P. Kirkish and S. Sreenivasan,
27(1): 101-115, 1999

O'Connor v. Donaldson: Retelling a Classic and Finding Some Revisionist History. S. H. Behnke,
27(1): 115-126, 1999

Testifying with Confidence. R. Slovenko,
27(1): 127-132, 1999

Polygraphy Revisited: U.S. v. Scheffer. M. G. Goldzband,
27(1): 133-142, 1999

Developments in Clergy Malpractice: The Case of Sanders v. Casa View Baptist Church . J. L. Young and E. E. H. Griffith,
27(1): 143-148, 1999

Constitutional Rights and Hypnotically Elicited Testimony. A. W. Newman and J. John W. Thompson,
27(1): 149-154, 1999

Book Review.
27(1): 181-183, 1999

Are the Mentally Ill Dangerous? R. L. Binder,
27(2): 189-201, 1999

The Litigant-Patient: Mental Health Consequences of Civil Litigation. L. H. Strasburger,
27(2): 203-211, 1999

Offender and Offense Characteristics of a Nonrandom Sample of Mass Murderers. A. G. Hempel, J. R. Meloy and T. C. Richards,
27(2): 213-225, 1999

Sexual Burglaries and Sexual Homicide: Clinical, Forensic, and Investigative Considerations. L. B. Schlesinger and E. Revitch,
27(2): 227-238, 1999

Explaining Lifetime Criminal Arrests among Clients of a Psychiatric Probation and Parole Service. P. Solomon and J. Draine,
27(2): 239-251, 1999

Relation Between Command Hallucinations and Dangerous Behavior. A. Rudnick,
27(2): 253-257, 1999

A Typology of Patients Admitted to a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital from Correctional Settings . F. DiCataldo,
27(2): 259-272, 1999

Thirty Years and Still Growing. J. R. Rappeport,
27(2): 273-277, 1999

Old Duties and New: Recovered Memories and the Question of Third-Party Liability. S. H. Behnke,
27(2): 279-300, 1999

Canadian Landmark Case: Regina v. Swain: Translating M'Naughton into Twentieth Century Canadian. G. D. Glancy and J. McD.Bradford,
27(2): 301-307, 1999

Emerich v. Philadelphia Center for Human Development: The New Duty to Warn in Pennsylvania. R. M. Wettstein,
27(2): 309-313, 1999

Tardive Dyskinesia: Tremors in Law and Medicine. N. S. Kaye and T. J. Reed,
27(2): 315-333, 1999

Posttraumatic Polarization in Psychiatry and Law. J. O. Beahrs,
27(2): 335-343, 1999

Videotaping of Forensic Psychiatric Evaluations. AAPL Task Force,
27(2): 345-343, 1999

From Thoughts to Paper. J. T. Coleman,
27(3): 376, 1999

The Effects of a Jail Diversion Program on Incarceration: A Retrospective Cohort Study. R. A. Hoff, M. V. Baranosky, J. Buchanan, H. Zonana and R. A. Rosenheck,
27(3): 377-386, 1999

Utility of the Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology in Identifying Persons Motivated to Malinger Psychopathology. J. F. Edens, R. K. Otto and T. Dwyer,
27(3): 387-396, 1999

Risk Communication: Clinicians' Reported Approaches and Perceived Values. K. Heilbrun, J. Philipson, L. Berman and J. Warren,
27(3): 397-406, 1999

Stalking in Cyberspace. J. M. Deirmenjian,
27(3): 407-413, 1999

"Hired Guns," "Whores," and "Prostitutes": Case Law References to Clinicians of Ill Repute. D. Mossman,
27(3): 414-425, 1999

Medication Adherence Failure in Schizophrenia: A Forensic Review of Rates, Reasons, Treatments, and Prospects. J. L. Young, R. T. Spitz, M. Hillbrand and G. Daneri,
27(3): 426-444, 1999

The Suicide Prevention Contract: Clinical, Legal, and Risk Management Issues. R. I. Simon,
27(3): 445-450, 1999

The Forensic Psychiatrist as Expert Witness in Malpractice Cases. A. A. Stone,
27(3): 451-461, 1999

Memory as Power: Who Is To Decide?. J. O. Beahrs,
27(3): 462-470, 1999

Waiving Death Row Appeals: Whose Right Is It Anyway?. K. J. Weiss,
27(3): 471-481, 1999

Kumho Tire Co., Ltd. v. Carmichael. J. Albert J. Grudzinskas,
27(3): 482-488, 1999

Book Reviews.
27(3): 500-503, 1999

Larry Faulkner: Twenty-fifth President of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. D. Schwartz-Watts,
27(4): 511-512, 1999

Substance Abuse and Criminality. R. Sinha and C. Easton,
27(4): 513-526, 1999

The Physician-Assisted Suicide Policy Dilemma: A Pilot Study of the Views and Experiences of Connecticut Physicians. H. I. Schwartz, L. Curry, K. Blank and C. Gruman,
27(4): 527-539, 1999

Commentary on "The Physician-Assisted Suicide Policy Dilemma". S. Fleck,
27(4): 540-541, 1999

Commentary on "The Physician-Assisted Suicide Policy Dilemma". J. D. Duffy,
27(4): 542-545, 1999

Attorneys' Pressures on the Expert Witness: Early Warning Signs of Endangered Honesty, Objectivity, and Fair Compensation. T. G. Gutheil and R. I. Simon,
27(4): 546-553, 1999

Commentary on "Attorneys' Pressures on the Expert Witness". R. L. Goldstein,
27(4): 554-558, 1999

Commentary on "Attorneys' Pressures on the Expert Witness". M. Dearington,
27(4): 559-562, 1999

The Unconditional Release of Mentally Ill Offenders from Indefinite Commitment: A Study of Missouri Insanity Acquittees. D. M. Linhorst,
27(4): 563-579, 1999

Psychiatric Testimony and the "Reasonable Person" Standard. K. J. Weiss,
27(4): 580-589, 1999

Assaultive Eye Injury and Enucleation. A. O. Bukhanovsky, Anthony Hempel, W. Ahmed, J. R. Meloy, A. C. Brantley, D. Cuneo, R. Gleyzer and A. R. Felthous,
27(4): 590-602, 1999

The Americans with Disabilities Act and Deinstitutionalization of the Chronically Mentally Ill. P. B. Herbert and K. A. Young,
27(4): 603-613, 1999

Canadian Landmark Case, Smith v. Jones, Supreme Court of Canada: Confidentiality and Privilege Suffer Another Blow. R. J. O'Shaughnessy, G. D. Glancy and J. M. Bradford,
27(4): 614-620, 1999

U.S. v. Greer: Longer Sentences for Malingerers. J. L. K. IV and P. J. Resnick,
27(4): 621-625, 1999

Some Reflections on Racial Profiling. F. M. Baker,
27(4): 626-629, 1999

"The Color of Suspicion": Race Profiling or Racism?. V. Garyali,
27(4): 630-632, 1999

Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Racial Profiling. H. F. Butts,
27(4): 633-635, 1999

Vol. 28, 2000

Grandparent Visitation Rights. J. E. Schowalter, 28(1): 7-8, 2000

Thomas G. Gutheil: A President for the New Millennium. R. I. Simon, 28(1): 9-13, 2000

Ensuring That Forensic Psychiatry Thrives as a Medical Specialty in the 21st Century. L. R. Faulkner, 28(1): 14-20, 2000

Commentary on "Ensuring That Forensic Psychiatry Thrives as a Medical Specialty in the 21st Century". J. M. W. Bradford and G. Glancy, 28(1): 20-22, 2000

The Mental State at the Time of the Offense Measure: Its Validation and Admissibility under Daubert. R. Rogers and D. W. Shuman, 28(1): 23-28, 2000

Commentary on "The Mental State at the Time of the Offense Measure". N. Poythress, G. B. Melton, J. Petrila and C. Slobogin, 28(1): 29-32, 2000

Commentary on "The Mental State at the Time of the Offense Measure": Should We Ever Screen for Insanity? W. E. Foote, 28(1): 33-37, 2000

The Future of Criminal Violence: Juveniles Tried as Adults. P. Kirkish, S. Sreenivasan, Robert Welsh, W. V. Gorp, S. Eth, S. Shoptaw and W. Ling, 28(1): 38-46, 2000

The Guilty but Mentally Ill Verdict: A Review and Conceptual Analysis of Intent and Impact. C. A. Palmer and M. Hazelrigg, 28(1): 47-54, 2000

Mass Homicide: The Civil Massacre. C. H. Cantor, P. E. Mullen and P. A. Alpers, 28(1): 55-63, 2000

Suicide, Contributory Negligence, and the Idea of Individual Autonomy. S. H. Behnke, 28(1): 64-73, 2000

Suspected Munchausen's Syndrome and Civil Commitment. B. R. Johnson and J. A. Harrison, 28(1): 74-76, 2000

Diminished Capacity and Insanity in Washington State: The Battle Shifts to Admissibility. G. B. Leong, 28(1): 77-81, 2000

Hubbart v. Superior Court of Santa Clara County. C. L. Scott and R. M. Yarvis, 28(1): 82-85, 2000

Institutional Failure in the Life Histories of Men Condemned to Death. D. Freedman and J. C. Beck, 28(1): 86-88, 2000

The Prosecution of Nathaniel Abraham-- A Minor. R. Slovenko, 28(1): 89-101, 2000

Education, Special Needs, and Medical Exclusions: A Good "IDEA"? K. J. Weiss, 28(1): 102-106, 2000

Resource Document on Mandatory Outpatient Treatment. J. B. Gerbasi and R. L. B. Richard J. Bonnie, 28(2): 127-144, 2000

Mandated Outpatient Treatment: A Quick Fix for Random Violence?-- Not Likely. H. Zonana, 28(2): 124-126, 2000

Commentary: Capacity-Based Involuntary Outpatient Treatment. M. R. Munetz, J. L. Geller and F. J. F. III, 28(2): 145-148, 2000

Commentary: A Major Advance in the Laws Pertaining to Community Treatment for Persons with Severe Mental Illness. H. R. Lamb and L. E. Weinberger, 28(2): 149-153, 2000

Commentary: The Law of Unintended Consequences. E. Mattison, 28(2): 154-158, 2000

Commentary: A "Systems"-Based Alternative to Mandatory Outpatient Treatment. L. I. Stein and R. J. Diamond, 28(2): 159-164, 2000

The Case Against Outpatient Commitment. M. A. Hoge and E. Grottole, 28(2): 165-170, 2000

Terrorist on Trial: The Context of Political Crime. J. M. Post, 28(2): 171-178, 2000

Spousal Homicide and Suicide in Quebec. D. Bourget, P. Gagne and J. Moamai, 28(2): 179-182, 2000

Predictions of Violent and "Total Infractions Among" Institutionalized Male "Juvenile Offenders". M. M. Hicks, R. Rogers and M. Cashel, 28(2): 183-191, 2000

Promoting Research in "Forensic Psychiatry". L. R. Faulkner, 28(2): 198-201, 2000

Transitioning Individuals with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disability: The Other Sister. J. H. Hammer, J. Holloway, D. K. DePrato and K. J. Weiss, 28(2): 202-205, 2000

Canadian Landmark Case, Winko v. British Columbia: Revisiting the Conundrum of the Mentally Disordered Accused. R. D. Schneider, G. D. Glancy, J. M. Bradford and E. Seibenmorgen, 28(2): 206-212, 2000

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: Law Enforcement's Secret Weapon. L. Danoff, 28(2): 213-224, 2000

Insanity Acquittees and Rearrest: The Past 24 Years. V. L. Harris, 28(2): 225-231, 2000

Behind Bars: Personality Disorders. R. L. Trestman, 28(2): 232-235, 2000

Mental Illness, Criminality, and Citizenship. M. Rowe and M. Baranoski, 28(3): 262-264, 2000

From Dangerousness to Risk Assessment of Community Violence: Taking Stock at the Turn of the Century. H. J. Steadman, 28(3): 265-271, 2000

Commentary: Assessing the Risk of Violence-- Are "Accurate" Predictions Useful? D. Mossman, 28(3): 272-281, 2000

Commentary: Dangerousness-- A Failed Paradigm for Clinical Practice and Service Delivery. M. A. Norko, 28(3): 282-289, 2000

Forensic Psychiatrists' Fee Agreements: A Preliminary Empirical Survey and Discussion. T. G. Gutheil, 28(3): 290-292, 2000

Interpreting Clinical Evidence of Malingering: A Bayesian Perspective. D. Mossman, 28(3): 293-302, 2000

The Relationship of Deviant Sexual Arousal and Psychopathy in Incest Offenders, Extrafamilial Child Molesters, and Rapists. P. Firestone, J. M. Bradford, D. M. Greenberg and G. A. Serran, 28(3): 303-308, 2000

The Effect of Psychopathy on Outcome in High Security Patients. D. Reiss, C. Meux and D. Grubin, 28(3): 309-314, 2000

Criminal Profiling: Is There a Role for the Forensic Psychiatrist? M. G. McGrath, 28(3): 315-324, 2000

Police Encounters with Persons with Mental Illness: Introduction. K. L. Appelbaum, 28(3): 325-325, 2000

A Community Policing Approach to Persons with Mental Illness. G. W. Cordner, 28(3): 326-331, 2000

Improving High Risk Encounters Between People with Mental Illness and the Police. R. Borum, 28(3): 332-337, 2000

Police Response to Mental Health Emergencies-- Barriers to Change. R. Dupont and S. Cochran, 28(3): 338-344, 2000

Policing the Emotionally Disturbed. J. J. Fyfe, 28(3): 345-347, 2000

Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education et al. C. L. Scott and M. Nabong, 28(3): 348-351, 2000

America's Daughters on Gandhi's Daughters. J. A. Roth, M. K. Pruett and MSL, 28(3): 352-356, 2000

Rape, Justice, and Hierarchy in India. P. Desai and R. Desai, 28(3): 357-359, 2000

Sex Offender Testimony: Junk Science or Unethical Testimony? H. Zonana, 28(4): 386-388, 2000

Illegal Behaviors in Problem Gambling: Analysis of Data from a Gambling Helpline. M. N. Potenza, M. A. Steinberg, S. D. McLaughlin, R. Wu, B. J. Rounsaville and S. S. O'Malley, 28(4): 389-403, 2000

Commentary: Types, Lotteries, and Substance Abuse Among Problem Gamblers. H. R. Lesieur, 28(4): 404-407, 2000

All God's Children: Religion, Divorce, and Child Custody. M. G. Goldzband, 28(4): 408-424, 2000

Survey of Forensic Psychiatrists on Evaluation and Treatment of Prisoners on Death Row. G. B. Leong, J. A. Silva, R. Weinstock and L. Ganzini, 28(4): 427-432, 2000

Licensure Requirements for Out-of-State Forensic Examinations. W. H. Reid and MPH, 28(4): 433-437, 2000

Actuarial Risk Assessment Models: A Review of Critical Issues Related to Violence and Sex-Offender Recidivism Assessments. S. Sreenivasan, P. Kirkish, M. Thomas Garrick, Linda E. Weinberger and A. Phenix, 28(4): 438-448, 2000

Criminal Responsibility, Diminished Capacity, and the Gay Panic Defense. B. W. Wall, 28(4): 454-459, 2000

Canadian Landmark Case: L.C. and the Attorney General for Alberta v. Brian Joseph Mills. C. Regehr, G. D. Glancy and J. Bradford, 28(4): 460-464, 2000

Troxel, et vir, Petitioners v. Granville: Grandparents' Rights or Parental Autonomy?. C. L. Scott, 28(4): 465-468, 2000

Dangerous Severe Personality Disorder: Extension of the Use of Civil Commitment in the United Kingdom. D. M. Walcott and J. C. Beck, 28(4): 469-475, 2000

Mental Health Court: Promises and Limitations. A. Watson, D. Luchins, P. Hanrahan, M. J. Heyrman and A. Lurigio, 28(4): 476-482, 2000

Vol. 29, 2001

Risk Assessment and Release Decision-Making: Toward Resolving the Great Debate. J. A. Dvoskin and K. Heilbrun, 29(1): 6-10, 2001

Jeffrey Metzner: Twenty-Sixth President of The American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. M. H. Gendel, 29(1): 11-12, 2001

Adventures in the Twilight Zone: Empirical Studies of the Attorney-Expert Relationship. T. G. Gutheil, 29(1): 13-17, 2001

Perspectives on the Divorce Process: Parental Perceptions of the Legal System and Its Impact on Family Relations. M. K. Pruett and T. D. Jackson, 29(1): 18-28, 2001

Commentary: A Rose of a Different Color. L. Parley, 29(1): 29-32, 2001

The Psychologically Vulnerable Witness: An Emerging Forensic Consulting Role. R. I. Simon, 29(1): 33-41, 2001

Commentary: Psychiatric Consultation on Witness Preparation. R. Slovenko, 29(1): 42-45, 2001

Commentary: Role Conflict for the Witness Consultant. L. H. Strasburger, 29(1): 46-47, 2001

Antipsychotic Prescribing Patterns in the TexasPrison System. J. Baillargeon and S. A. Contreras, 29(1): 48-53, 2001

Commentary: Antipsychotic Prescribing Practices in the Texas Prison System. R. L. Trestman, 29(1): 54-57, 2001

Commentary: Antipsychotic Prescribing Practices in the Texas Prison System. R. L. Trestman, 29(1): 54-57, 2001

Psychiatric Expertise in the Sentencing Phase of Capital Murder Cases. K. B. Dekleva, 29(1): 58-67, 2001

Measuring Level of Function in Mentally Ill Prison Inmates: A Preliminary Study. V. L. Harris and D. Lovell, 29(1): 68-74, 2001

The Rise and Fall of Forensic Hypnosis in Criminal Investigation. A. W. Newman and J. John W. Thompson, 29(1): 75-84, 2001

Personal Questions onCross-Examination:A Pilot Study of ExpertWitness Attitudes. T. G. Gutheil, M. L. Commons and P. M. Miller, 29(1): 85-88, 2001

False Prediction of Future Dangerousness: Error Rates and Psychopathy Checklist-- Revised. M. David Freedman, 29(1): 89-95, 2001

Race and Spiritualism: Facing Death Row-- A Movie Review of The Green Mile. E. P. Bath and S. B. Billick, 29(1): 96-99, 2001

Steele v. Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board. S. G. Noffsinger, S. J. Zuchowski and P. J. Resnick, 29(1): 100-103, 2001

On Making a Travesty of Triability. R. Slovenko, 29(2): 136-137, 2001

Standards for Informed Consent in Recovered Memory Therapy. J. Cannell, J. I. Hudson and J. Harrison G. Pope, 29(2): 138-147, 2001

Commentary: How, When, and Whether to Use Informed Consent for Recovered Memory Therapy. D. Davis and W. C. F. Elizabeth Loftus, 29(2): 148-159, 2001

Commentary: Informed Consent in Psychotherapy-- A Multidisciplinary Perspective. R. C. Barden, 29(2): 160-166, 2001

Principles and Narrative in Forensic Psychiatry: Toward a Robust View of Professional Role. P. J. Candilis, R. Martinez and C. Dording, 29(2): 167-173, 2001

Commentary: Forensic Psychiatry and Ethics-- the Voyage Continues. J. R. Ciccone and C. Clements, 29(2): 174-179, 2001

Commentary: A Broadened Conception of Forensic Psychiatric Ethics. R. Weinstock, 29(2): 180-185, 2001

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Reading Disability, and Personality Disorders in a Prison Population. K. Rasmussen and S. L. Roger Almvik, 29(2): 186-193, 2001

Psychiatric Defenses in New York County: Pleas and Results. S. M. Kirschner and G. J. Galperin, 29(2): 194-201, 2001

Expert Witness Billing Practices Revisited: A Pilot Study of Further Data. T. G. Gutheil and P. M. M. Michael Lamport Commons, 29(2): 202-206, 2001

Post-Daubert Admissibility of Scientific Evidence on Malingering of Cognitive Deficits. B. Vallabhajosula and W. G. vanGorp, 29(2): 207-216, 2001

Physician-Assisted Suicide: Reflections of a Maine Family Physician During the Jewish High Holidays. E. Brown, 29(2): 225-231, 2001

Sexual Predator Laws in Canada. C. R. Graham D. Glancy and J. Bradford, 29(2): 232-237, 2001

A Duty to the Parents of an Allegedly Abused Child? Althaus v. Cohen. K. J. Weiss, 29(2): 238-240, 2001

A Review of Stephen Soderbergh's Movie, Traffic. J. R. Merikangas, 29(2): 241-242, 2001

Authorship is Broken. R. M. Wettstein, 29(3): 270-273, 2001

Boundary Violations: A Culture-Bound Syndrome. J. Kroll, 29(3): 274-283, 2001

Commentary: Boundaries, Culture, and Psychotherapy. G. O. Gabbard, 29(3): 284-286, 2001

Commentary: Treatment Boundaries-- Flexible Guidelines,not Rigid Standards. R. I. Simon, 29(3): 287-289, 2001

Commentary: The Therapeutic Process and Professional Boundary Guidelines. S. J. Blatt, 29(3): 290-293, 2001

Is Serial Homicide Really Increasing?. L. B. Schlesinger, 29(3): 294-297, 2001

A Clinical Study of Competency to Consent to Treatment in Pediatrics. S. B. Billick, G. F. Woodward Burgert III, A. V. Downer and S. M. Bruni-Solhkhah, 29(3): 298-302, 2001

Seclusion Practice in a Canadian Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. M. L. A. G. Ahmed, 29(3): 303-309, 2001

Commentary: Seclusion Practice in a Canadian Forensic Hospital. R. J. O'Shaughnessy, 29(3): 310-312, 2001

The Phantom Expert: Unconsented Use of an Expert's Name and/or Testimony, as a Legal Strategy. T. G. Gutheil and J. T. H. Robert I. Simon, 29(3): 313-318, 2001

Boundary Violation Ethics: Some Conceptual Clarifications. J. Radden, 29(3): 319-326, 2001

Semyon Gluzman and the Unraveling of Soviet Psychiatry. R. J. Bonnie, 29(3): 327-329, 2001

Law and Psychiatry: The Totalitarian Experience. S. Gluzman, 29(3): 330-335, 2001

Withholding, Seducing, and Threatening: A Pilot Study of Further Attorney Pressures on Expert Witnesses. T. G. Gutheil and P. M. M. Michael Lamport Commons, 29(3): 336-339, 2001

Sexually Violent Predator II: The Sequel. G. B. Leong and J. A. Silva, 29(3): 340-343, 2001

Clinical and Forensic Aspects of Postpartum Disorders. L. H. Gold, 29(3): 344-347, 2001

Preserving Balance in Forensic Psychiatry. S. B. Billick, 29(4): 372-373, 2001

Predictors of Adolescent Psychopathy: The Role of Impulsivity, Hyperactivity, and Sensation Seeking. M. J. Vitacco and R. Rogers, 29(4): 374-382, 2001

Six Adoptees Who Murdered: Neuropsychiatric Vulnerabilities and Characteristics of Biological and Adoptive Parents. D. O. Lewis, C. A. Yeager, B. Gidlow and M. Lewis, 29(4): 390-397, 2001

"A Fool for a Client": Print Portrayals of 49 Pro Se Criminal Defendants. D. Mossman and J. Neal W. Dunseith, 29(4): 408-419, 2001

Juvenile and Young Adult Mentally Disordered Offenders: The Role of Child Neuropsychiatric Disorders. L. Siponmaa, M. Kristiansson, C. Jonson, A. Nyd‚n and C. Gillberg, 29(4): 420-426, 2001

Juveniles Adjudicated Incompetentto Proceed: A Descriptive Studyof Florida's CompetenceRestoration Program. A. McGaha, R. K. Otto, M. D. McClaren and J. Petrila, 29(4): 427-437, 2001

Practical Methods For Detecting Mendacity: A Case Study. A. R. Hirsch and C. J. Wolf, 29(4): 438-444, 2001

The Ethical Use of Psychology in Criminal Investigations. J. R. Schafer, 29(4): 445-446, 2001

Are Persecutory Delusions Amenable to Treatment? . A. R. Felthous, Angeline Stanislaus, A. G. Hempel and R. Gleyzer, 29(4): 461-468, 2001

Prosecution of Illicit Drug Use During Pregnancy: Crystal Ferguson v. City of Charleston. R. L. Frierson and M. W. Binkley, 29(4): 469-473, 2001

Vol. 30, 2002

A British Psychiatrist Objects to the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder Proposals. S. P. Sarkar, 30(1): 6-9, 2002

On a Therapist Serving as a Witness. R. Slovenko and PhD, 30(1):10-13, 2002

Larry Hollingsworth Strasburger: Twenty-Seventh President of The American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. D. J. Meyer, 30(1): 14-19, 2002

Class Action Litigation in Correctional Psychiatry. J. L. Metzner, 30(1): 19-29, 2002

The Origins of Commitment for Substance Abuse in the United States. K. T. Hall and P. S. Appelbaum, 30(1): 33-45, 2002

The Roles of Behavioral Health Professionals in Class Action Litigation. M. A. Hoge, J. K. Tebes, L. Davidson and E. E. H. Griffith, 30(1): 49-58, 2002

Countering Countertransference: A Forensic Trainee's Dilemma. S. P. Sattar, D. A. Pinals and T. Gutheil, 30(1): 65-69, 2002

A Comparison of Youth Referred to Psychiatric Emergency Services: Police Versus Other Sources. M. E. Evans and R. A. Boothroyd, 30(1): 74-80, 2002

Forensic Psychiatry and the Internet: Practical Perspectives on Sexual Predators and Obsessional Harassers in Cyberspace. M. G. McGrath and E. Casey, 30(1): 81-94, 2002

Political Abuse by Psychiatry: An Introduction to the Munro Commentaries. K. L. Appelbaum, 30(1): 95-96, 2002

Political Psychiatry in Post-MaoChina and its Origins in the Cultural Revolution. R. J. Munro, 30(1): 97-106, 2002

Psychiatrists on the Side of the Angels: The Falun Gong and Soviet Jewry. A. A. Stone, 30(1): 107-111, 2002

The Political Misuse of Psychiatry: An African-Caribbean Perspective. F. W. Hickling, 30(1): 112-119, 2002

Psychiatry in its Political and Professional Contexts: A Response to Robin Munro. S. Lee and A. Kleinman, 30(1): 120-125, 2002

Psychiatric Abuse of Falun Gong Practitioners in China. S. Y. Lu and V. B. Galli, 30(1): 126-130, 2002

Comparing Soviet and Chinese Political Psychiatry. R. v. Voren, 30(1): 131-135, 2002

Political Abuse of Psychiatry in the Soviet Union and in China: Complexities and Controversies. R. J. Bonnie, 30(1): 136-144, 2002

Political Abuse of Psychiatry in the Soviet Union and China: A Rough Guide for Bystanders. J. Birley, 30(1): 145-147, 2002

The Psychological Best Interest of the Child Is Not the Legal Best Interest. G. H. Miller, 30(2): 196-200, 2002

Killing. T. Nadelson, 30(2): 201-206, 2002

The Perceived Coerciveness of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment: Findings From an Experimental Study. M. S. Swartz, H. R. Wagner, J. W. Swanson and P. Virginia A. Hiday, and Barbara J. Burns 30(2): 207-217, 2002

Commentary: The Search for a Formula to Relate Competence, Coercion, and Mandated Treatment J. Albert J. Grudzinskas, 30(2): 218-220, 2002

Stalking, Threatening, and Harassing Behavior by Psychiatric Patients Toward Clinicians. D. A. Sandberg, D. E. McNiel and R. L. Binder, 30(2): 221-229, 2002

Commentary: Stalking, Threatening, and Harassing Behavior by Patients-- The Risk-Management Response. J. R. Meloy, 30(2): 230-231, 2002

"I Could Tell You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You": Classified Information in the Psychiatric Evaluation. R. D. Malone and D. M. Benedek, 30(2): 232-237, 2002

Violent Behavior, Impulsive Decision-Making, and Anterograde Amnesia While Intoxicated With Flunitrazepam and Alcohol or Other Drugs: A Case Study in Forensic Psychiatric Patients. A. M. Daderman, M. K. Bjorn Fredriksson, L-H. Nilsson and L. Lidberg, 30(2): 238-251, 2002

Competence-to-Stand-Trial Evaluations of Geriatric Defendants. R. L. Frierson, S. J. Shea and M. E. C. Shea, 30(2): 252-256, 2002

Animal Cruelty and Psychiatric Disorders. R. Gleyzer, C. E. Holzer, and Alan R. Felthous, 30(2): 257-265, 2002

On the Psychiatric Abuse of Falun Gong and Other Dissenters in China: A Reply to Stone, Hickling, Kleinman, and Lee. R. Munro, 30(2): 266-274, 2002

Tarasoff at Twenty-Five. P. B. Herbert and K. A. Young, 30(2): 275-281, 2002

Penry Revisited: Is Execution of a Person Who Has Mental Retardation Cruel and Unusual? . P. B. Herbert and K. A. Young, 30(2): 282-286, 2002

Preserving Children's Protection While Enhancing Justice for Parents in Abuse and Neglect Evaluations. R. H. Lubit, S. B. Billick and R. Pizarro, 30(2): 287-290, 2002

Reduced Punishment for Murder in Israel: What Constitutes a Severe Mental Disorder? Y. Melamed, R. Mester, G. I. Levertov and J. Margolin, 30(2): 291-294, 2002

Hendricks v. People: Forcing the Insanity Defense on an Unwilling Defendant. R. D. Miller, 30(2): 295-297, 2002

AAPL Practice Guideline for Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Defendants Raising the Insanity Defense. D. Giorgi-Guarnieri, J. Janofsky, E. Keram, S. Lawsky, P. Merideth, D. Mossman, D. Schwartz-Watts, C. Scott, J. Thompson and H. Zonana, 30(2 Supp): S1-S40, 2002

The Black Mask of Humanity:Racial/Ethnic Discrimination and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder H. F. Butts, 30(3): 336-339, 2002

Suicide Risk Assessment: What Is the Standard of Care? R. I. Simon, 30(3): 340-344, 2002

Maternal Filicide in Quebec D. Bourget and P. Gagne, 30(3): 345-351, 2002

Commentary: Pushing a New Classification Schema for Perpetrators of Maternal Filicide One Step Further M. K. Pruett, 30(3): 352-354, 2002

Addiction and the Americans with Disabilities Act L. M. Westreich, 30(3): 355-363, 2002

Commentary: Implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the Workplace A. J. Ritchie, 30(3): 364-370, 2002

Temporal Competency in Catatonia J. M. Bostwick and J. P. Chozinski, 30(3): 371-376, 2002

Commentary: The Evolution of Treatment in Catatonia G. Mahysych, 30(3): 377-379, 2002

A Cross-Sectional Study of Psychosocial and Criminal Factors Associated with Arrest in Mentally Ill Female Detainees H. M. Kravitz, J. L. Cavanaugh and S. S. Rigsbee, 30(3): 380-390, 2002

Factitious Disorders in Civil Litigation: Twenty Cases Illustrating the Spectrum of Abnormal Illness-Affirming Behavior S. J. Eisendrath and D. E. McNiel, 30(3): 391-399, 2002

Characteristics of Compensable Disability Patients Who Choose to Litigate R. I. Lanyon and E. R. Almer, 30(3): 400-404, 2002

Responsibility for Addiction R. J. Bonnie, 30(3): 405-413, 2002

Quiet Revolution in Scotland J. A. Baird, 30(3): 414-416, 2002

The Duty to Warn: A Reconsideration and Critique P. B. Herbert and MD, 30(3): 417-424, 2002

Apology, Justice, and Trauma Recovery C. Regehr and T. Gutheil, 30(3): 425-430, 2002

Courts as Therapeutic Agents: Thinking Past the Novelty of Mental Health Courts N. Wolff, 30(3): 431-437, 2002

Vol. 31, 2003

Reflections on Coaching by Attorneyss T. G. Gutheil, 31(1): 6-9, 2003

Misinformed Regulation of Electronic Medicine Is Unfair to Responsible Telepsychiatry T. D. Gunter, Jagannathan Srinivasaraghavan and N. P. Terry, 31(1): 10-14, 2003

Roy O'Shaughnessy: A President to Keep Us Out of Danger G. D. Glancy, 31(1): 15-17, 2003

Stress and the Forensic Psychiatrist:A Pilot Study L. H. Strasburger, P. M. Miller, M. L. Commons, T. G. Gutheil and J. LaLlave, 31(1): 18-26, 2003

Effect of an Individualized Treatment Protocol on Restoration of Competency in Pretrial Forensic Inpatients L. J. Bertman, J. John W. Thompson, W. F. Waters, L. Estupinan-Kane, J. A. Martin and L. Russell, 31(1): 27-35, 2003

Commentary: A Road Map for Research in Restoration of Competency to Stand Trial C. L. Scott, 31(1): 36-43, 2003

Firesetting in Adolescence and Being Aggressive, Shy, and Rejected by Peers: New Epidemiologic Evidence from a National Sample Survey Y.-H. Chen, A. M. Arria and J. C. Anthony, 31(1): 44-52, 2003

Commentary: Models and Correlates of Firesetting Behavior G. D. Glancy, E. M. Spiers, S. E. Pitt and J. A. Dvoskin, 31(1): 53-57, 2003

Documentation of Violence Risk Information in Psychiatric Hospital Patient Charts: An Empirical Examination E. B. Elbogen, A. J. Tomkins, A. P. Pothuloori and M. J. Scalora, 31(1): 58-64, 2003

Commentary: Think Fast, Act Quickly, and Document (Maybe) R. I. Simon, 31(1): 65-67, 2003

Differences in Personality and Patterns of Recidivism Between Early Starters and Other Serious Male Offenders X. Ge, M. B. Donnellan and E. Wenk, 31(1): 68-77, 2003

The Challenge of Selecting Tomorrow's Police Officers from Generations X and Y F. L. McCafferty, 31(1): 78-88, 2003

Limitations of Brain Imaging in Forensic Psychiatry D. Reeves, M. J. Mills, S. B. Billick and J. D. Brodie, 31(1): 89-96, 2003

Toyota v. Williams: Determining Disability Under the ADA S. A. Anfang, 31(1): 97-100, 2003

Atkins v. Virginia: Execution of Mentally Retarded Defendants Revisited C. L. Scott and J. B. Gerbasi, 31(1): 101-105, 2003

Ring v. Arizona: Who Decides Death? . C. L. Scott and J. B. Gerbasi, 31(1): 106-109, 2003

Mentally Disordered Offenders as Victims: From Classic Greek Poetry to Modern Psychiatry G. A. Alevizopoulos, 31(1): 110-116, 2003

Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Workers' Compensation Claims in a Managed-Care Context H. J. Bursztajn, Robindra K. Paul, D. M. Reiss and R. M. Hamm, 31(1): 117-119, 2003

 
       
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