What to Know About Neurofatigue After TBI

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Neurofatigue is a common symptom following traumatic brain injury (TBI). This article covers key points that professionals need to be aware of in recognizing, diagnosing, and managing neurofatigue. View online or by PDF.

Intellectual Disability: The Death Penalty and Atkins v. Virginia: Not the Solution, but the Beginning of the Solution . . . and the Beat Goes On! (Part I)

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This article examines the legal relationship between capital punishment and minors who have intellectual disability. View online or by PDF.

Maternal Mental Health: A Brief Review for Criminal Justice, Forensic Mental Health, and Legal Professionals

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There are several mood and anxiety disorders that can occur during and after pregnancy. This article examines the differences of these disorders, along with their impact to the forensics world. View online or by PDF.

Mysopedia: An Introduction to High-Risk Sexual Predators of Children

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Mysopedia refers to the sadistic sexual interest of children. Affected individuals tend to be serial offenders who exhibit violent behavior. Learn more. View online or by PDF.

The Autism Spectrum at a Glance

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder that covers a wide variety of abilities and traits. This article looks at the diversity and complexity of ASD. View online or by PDF.

Treating Children Impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) with Play Therapy

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Play therapy has strong benefits for many children, and this approach can be helpful for those affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). This article explores some beneficial activities in play therapy for children with FASD. View online or by PDF.