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B. , Psychological Evaluations for the Courts, 2nd ed. Guilford Press, New York, 1997, p. 42. ‹E\&5&3UHVV//& relationship and dynamics, and pace and setting. The fundamental distinction, however, is that in forensic assessments there is a high likelihood that the defendant will not always be truthful as he has an obvious motive to lie, exaggerate, or distort symptoms and events. Thus, the traditional clinical approach (in which mental health professionals have been trained) cannot be used for forensic assessments.

In fact, several well-known texts do not even mention the basics of a forensic examination (Blau, 1998; Bluglass and Bowden, 1990; Cook, 1980; Gunn and Taylor, 1993; Guttmacher and Weihoffer, 1952; Hess and Weiner, 1999; Irvine and Brelje, 1972; Power and Selwood, 1987). Instead, these volumes focus on various laws, legal tests, and legal standards that forensic practitioners need to know. As the criminal defendant’s version of events (as well as background information and symptom description) has to be corroborated, a review of the facts of the case is fundamental to a forensic assessment.

59). According to MacDonald, the types of individuals especially susceptible to becoming victims are depressives, masochists, and tormentors. Depressed individuals often seek punishment and frequently get killed in the process — behavior that can be viewed as fundamentally suicidal. Neustatter (1957) cites the strange case of a depressed psychiatric patient who repeatedly asked other patients to kill him; eventually one did. Masochists derive pleasure from being abused and thus constantly place themselves in dangerous situations.

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