Donaldson, T. S., Abbott, B. R., & Michie, C. (2012). Problems with the Static-99R prediction estimates and confidence intervals. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 4, 1-23.
Donaldson 2012.pdf link to additional sex-offender articles
Ray, C. L. (2012). Assessment of feigned cognitive impairment: A cautious approach to the use of the Test of Memory Malingering for individuals with intellectual disability. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 4, 24-50.
Wolman, R., & Pomerance, R. (2012). Telepresence technology in divorce and separation. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 4, 51-68.
Fazio, R. L., Pietz, C. A., & Denney, R. L. (2012). An estimate of the prevalence of autism-spectrum disorders in an incarcerated population. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 4, 61-80.
Mart, E. G. (2012). Case study: The assessment of an intestate ward with anomic aphasia to determine testamentary capacity. Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 4, 81-90.
Pinals, D., & Mossman, D. (2011). Evaluation for Civil Commitment. New York: Oxford.
Lockhart review of Pinals and Mossman (2011).pdf
Inbau, F. E., Reid, J. E., Buckley, J. P., & Jayne, B. C. (2013). Criminal interrogation and confessions, Fifth Edition. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
DeClue review of Inbau et al.pdf
link to more reviews
Thomas Grisso was awarded the 2012 American Psychology-Law Society Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology and Law. This Award is not presented on a regular basis. Rather, it is reserved for those individuals whose contributions are so unusual as to merit special commendation.