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    TBI—Neuropsychology, Exaggeration and How to Combat Negative Test Results

    What You Will Learn

    • What is “poor performance” in a neuropsychological exam
    • How to optimize client's exams while retaining validity and reliability in testing.
    • Information from the APA guidelines to cutting-edge articles/processes shed light on fair and balanced neuropsychological exams
    • Requesting raw data and third-party observations: Why it’s necessary and what harm does it cause (if any)

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    What You Will Learn

    • What is “poor performance” in a neuropsychological exam
    • How to optimize client's exams while retaining validity and reliability in testing.
    • Information from the APA guidelines to cutting-edge articles/processes shed light on fair and balanced neuropsychological exams
    • Requesting raw data and third-party observations: Why it’s necessary and what harm does it cause (if any)
    Wednesday, June 30, 2021

    12PM PACIFIC
    (3:00 ET / 2:00 CT / 1:00 MT)

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    Price

    $99 for Association Member
    $129 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Publisher

    Indiana Trial Lawyers Association

    Subjects

    TBI

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    Summary

    What is “poor performance” in a neuropsychological exam?  This webinar will explain how to optimize your client's exams while retaining validity and reliability in testing.  The presentation will include information from the APA guidelines to cutting-edge articles/processes that shed light on fair and balanced neuropsychological exams.  Also, we’ll cover requesting raw data and third-party observations:  Why it’s necessary and what harm does it cause (if any).

     

    Dan Chamberlain, past president of Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, board certified trial attorney and former chair of the Brain Injury Association of America, with Dr. Polly Westcott, clinical psychologist and nationally known legal consultant for criminal and civil cases involving brain based and psychological disorders, will give you the foundation you need in neuropsychological exams to represent your TBI client.

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    Presenters

    Daniel S. Chamberlain
    Cohen and Malad

    Daniel S. Chamberlain was named one of the Top 50 Indiana Lawyers and is a member of a select group of attorneys that is... Read More

    Polly Westcott, Psy.D.

    Dr. Polly Westcott has been practicing psychologist in Indiana since 2004.  She is clinical psychologist with post-doctoral... Read More

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    Agenda

    5 Minutes - Introduction
    60 Minutes - Presentation
    10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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