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Emerging perspectives on adolescents and young adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, violence, and criminal law.
As the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) has increased, attention has shifted toward consideration of ASDs in adolescence and adulthood, as well as public health repercussions for thisExpand
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Clinicians' guidelines for assessing and presenting subtle forms of patient incompetence in legal settings.
Even for nonforensic clinicians, the assessment of the patient's competence has grown in importance, particularly regarding the issues of informed consent and right to treatment. However, theExpand
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Knocking at the wrong door: insured workers' inadequate psychiatric care and workers' compensation claims.
OBJECTIVE To describe the prevalence of inadequately evaluated and treated psychopathology among insured workers making workers' compensation claims for psychiatric disability whose cases wereExpand
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Preventing “Critogenic” Harms: Minimizing Emotional Injury from Civil Litigation
Litigation is always stressful for the parties involved, and certain emotional injuries from litigation itself, termed “critogenic” (law-caused) harms, can be identified to aid attorneys inExpand
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Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure in the American Psychiatric Association’s Clinical Practice Guidelines
Background: Clinical practice guidelines (CPG) are developed, endorsed, and disseminated through professional medical organizations such as the American Psychiatric Association (APA) as the standardExpand
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Conflicts of interest and the quality of recommendations in clinical guidelines.
BACKGROUND There is increasing concern that conflicts of interest affect the development process of clinical practice guidelines. We evaluated The American Psychiatric Association's PracticeExpand
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