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Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence from Domestic Abuse to Political Terror
- H. Bursztajn
- Political Science
- 1 June 1994
Emerging perspectives on adolescents and young adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, violence, and criminal law.
- M. Lerner, Omar S. Haque, Eli C Northrup, Lindsay J Lawer, H. Bursztajn
- PsychologyThe journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry…
- 1 April 2012
Three specific deficits characteristic of individuals with AsDs (theory of mind, emotion regulation, and moral reasoning) are examined as potential confluent forces leading to criminal behavior among individuals with ASDs.
Bodies under siege: Self-mutilation in culture and psychiatry
- H. Bursztajn
Conflicts of interest and the quality of recommendations in clinical guidelines.
- Lisa Cosgrove, H. Bursztajn, Deborah R. Erlich, Emily E. Wheeler, A. Shaughnessy
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of evaluation in clinical practice
- 1 August 2013
The prevalence of conflicts of interest among panel members was high and the quality of the evidence cited raises questions about the validity of the recommendations, which should be a priority for guideline development groups.
Clinicians' guidelines for assessing and presenting subtle forms of patient incompetence in legal settings.
The authors provide guidelines designed to equip the clinician to assess--and to present in an effective manner in court--the clinical findings relevant to incompetence, to the benefit of both the patient's rights and treatment.
Offender Profiling: An Introduction to the Sociopsychological Analysis of Violent Crime
Preventing “Critogenic” Harms: Minimizing Emotional Injury from Civil Litigation
After discussing critogenic benefits of litigation for balance, the authors offer approaches for minimizing the impacts of the above harms on clients.
Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure in the American Psychiatric Association’s Clinical Practice Guidelines
- Lisa Cosgrove, H. Bursztajn, S. Krimsky, M. Anaya, Justin Walker
- Medicine, PsychologyPsychotherapy and Psychosomatics
- 28 April 2009
Ninety percent of the authors of 3 major CPG in psychiatry had financial ties to companies that manufacture drugs which were explicitly or implicitly identified in the guidelines as recommended therapies for the respective mental illnesses.
Malpractice prevention through the sharing of uncertainty. Informed consent and the therapeutic alliance.