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  1. Kristi Alexander, Michael C. Roberts (1998) Informational Sources in Clinical Psychology, In (Eds.): Alan S. Bellack and Michel Hersen, Comprehensive Clinical Psychology, Pergamon, Oxford, 67–86, ISBN 9780080427072, DOI:10.1016/B0080–4270(73)00174–7. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B0080427073001747  ↩

W. Howard Buddin Jr., Ph.D.

Dr. Buddin lives in Charleston, SC, and is owner and operator of SC Neuro, a private practice based in Mt. Pleasant, SC. His research interests include statistics, research methodology, performance validity and neurocognitive decline in adults. You can learn more about him at his site.

S. Marc Testa, Ph.D., ABPP/CN

Dr. Testa is the Clinical Training Director for the Division of Neuropsychology at the Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute. His research includes cognitive functioning among people with epilepsy and developing new approaches to measuring cognitive functioning.


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