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Mobile Mental Health: Navigating New Rules and Regulations for Digital Tools
- J. Armontrout, J. Torous, Matt Fisher, E. Drogin, T. Gutheil
- Medicine, PsychologyCurrent Psychiatry Reports
- 23 August 2016
Clinicians need to familiarize themselves with the clinical and legal risks that apps may introduce when incorporating apps into treatment, and consider several relatively novel potential adverse clinical outcomes and liability concerns that may be relevant to specific categories of apps.
“Everyone knows their Miranda rights”: Implicit assumptions and countervailing evidence.
- R. Rogers, Jill E. Rogstad, Nathan D. Gillard, E. Drogin, Hayley L. Blackwood, D. Shuman
- 1 August 2010
More than four decades have passed since the Miranda decision (Miranda v. Arizona, 1966) enshrined the Constitutional protections afforded to custodial suspects against self incrimination. As a…
Fitness for Duty
Investigating the effects of repeated Miranda warnings: do they perform a curative function on common Miranda misconceptions?
- R. Rogers, Chelsea E. Fiduccia, E. V. Robinson, Jennifer A. Steadham, E. Drogin
- LawBehavioral sciences & the law
- 1 July 2013
Improved defendants in the improved group tended to display a better understanding of Miranda-relevant vocabulary words and a better recall of the administered Miranda warnings than their unimproved counterparts, and performed better on general measures of intelligence, and listening and reading comprehension, while still evidencing substantial cognitive deficits.
Adjusting IQ scores for the Flynn effect: Consistent with the standard of practice?
Should psychologists adjust obtained IQ scores to accommodate the Flynn effect (J. R. Flynn, 1985)? The authors surveyed directors of doctoral training programs approved by the American Psychological…
Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology
From the combination of knowledge and actions, someone can improve their skill and ability. It will lead them to live and work much better. This is why, the students, workers, or even employers…
In plain English: Avoiding recognized problems with Miranda miscomprehension.
Forensic mental telehealth assessment (FMTA) in the context of COVID-19
- E. Drogin
- PsychologyInternational Journal of Law and Psychiatry
- 4 June 2020
General knowledge and misknowledge of Miranda rights: Are effective Miranda advisements still necessary?
Handbook of Forensic Assessment: Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives
In this article, the Structured Assessment of PROtective Factors for violence risk (SAPROF), a structured professional guideline for protective factors. Download forensic psychology or read online…