Advance Directives

Implementing advance directives in mental health services: A manual for providers and advocates
Zelle H, Oliver JE, Bonnie RJ, Binns MD & Pharis V
Retrievable from Virginia Advance Directives website: http://www.virginiaadvancedirectives.org, scheduled for release in 2016

Advance directives for mental health care: Innovation in law, policy, and practice
Zelle H, Kemp K, & Bonnie RJ
Psychiatric Services, 2015

Advance directives in mental health care: Evidence, challenges and promise
Zelle H, Kemp K, & Bonnie RJ
World Psychiatry

Embedding advance directives in routine care for persons with serious mental illness: The challenge of implementation
Kemp K, Zelle H, & Bonnie RJ
Psychiatric Services, 2015

Implementing Advance Directives in Mental Health Services: A Manual for Providers and Advocates
Zelle H, Oliver JE, Bonnie RJ, Binns MD, & Pharis V
Virginia Advance Directives, 2015

Bias, Reliability, and Quality in Forensic Evaluations

Allegiance effects in clinical psychology research and practice
Boccaccini MT, Marcus DK, & Murrie DC
In Psychological science under scrutiny: Recent challenges and proposed remedies, in press

Adversarial allegiance among expert witnesses
Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2015

Static-99R reporting practices in sexually violent predator cases: Does norm selection reflect adversarial allegiance?
Chevalier C, Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC & Verala JG
Law and Human Behavior, 2015

Evaluator differences in PCL-R factor and facet scores
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC, Rufino KA & Gardner BO
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Are forensic experts biased by the side that retained them?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, Guarnera LA & Rufino KA
Psychological Science, 2013

How reliable are forensic evaluations of legal sanity?
Gowensmith W, Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
Law and Human Behavior, 2013

Field reliability of competency to stand trial evaluations: How often do evaluators agree, and what do judges decide when evaluators disagree? 
Gowensmith WN, Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
Law and Human Behavior, 2012

Rater (dis)agreement on risk assessment measures in sexually violent predator proceedings: Evidence of adversarial allegiance in forensic evaluation?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, Turner D, Meeks M, Woods C & Tussey C
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2009

Clinician variation in findings of competence to stand trial
Murrie DC, Boccaccini M, Zapf PA, Warren JI & Henderson CE
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2008

Do some evaluators report consistently higher or lower psychopathy scores than others? Findings from a statewide sample of sexually violent predator evaluations
Boccaccini MT, Turner D & Murrie DC
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2008

Does interrater (dis)agreement on Psychopathy Checklist scores in Sexually Violent Predator trials suggest partisan allegiance in forensic evaluation?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini M, Johnson J, Janke C
Law and Human Behavior, 2008

Clinician variation in rates of legal sanity opinions: Implications for self-monitoring
Murrie DC & Warren JI
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2005

Capital Sentencing (Death Penalty)

Forensic Mental Health Assessments in Death Penalty Cases
DeMatteo D, Murrie DC, Anumba N & Keesler M
Oxford University Press, 2011

Competence to Stand Trial

Competence to Stand Trail
Foster EE & Messenheimer Kelley S
In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, in press

Field reliability of adjudicative competence and legal sanity opinions: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Guarnera L & Murrie DC
In Psychological Assessment, in press

Criminal Competencies
Murrie DC & Zelle H
In APA Handbook of Forensic Psychology, 2014

Neuropsychological evaluations of competency in criminal forensic contexts
Tussey CM, Marcopulos BA & Caillouet BA
Psychological Injury and the Law, 2013

Field reliability of competency to stand trial evaluations: How often do evaluators agree, and what do judges decide when evaluators disagree? 
Gowensmith WN, Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
Law and Human Behavior, 2012

Clinician variation in findings of competence to stand trial
Murrie DC, Boccaccini M, Zapf PA, Warren JI & Henderson CE
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2008

Psychosis, Mental Disorder, and the Law
Murrie DC & Redding RE
In Encyclopedia of Law & Society: American and Global Perspectives, 2007

Opinion formation in evaluating the adjudicative competence and restorability of criminal defendants: A review of 8,000 evaluations
Warren JI, Murrie DC, Stejskal W, Collwell LH, Morris J, Cauhan P, Deitz P
Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2006

Insanity Defense

How reliable are forensic evaluations of legal sanity?
Gowensmith W, Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
Law and Human Behavior, 2013

Clinician variation in rates of legal sanity opinions: Implications for self-monitoring
Murrie DC & Warren JI
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2005

Opinion formation in evaluating sanity at time of offense: An examination of 5,175 pretrial evaluations
Warren JI, Murrie DC, Chahuan P, Dietz PE & Morris J
Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2004

Jury Issues

Jurors report that risk scores matter in SVP trials, but that other factors matter more
Turner, DB, Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC & Harris PB
Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2015

How likely is “likely to reoffend” in sex offender civil commitment trials?
Knighton JC, Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT & Turner DB
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Jurors’ views on the value and objectivity of mental health expert witnesses
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC & Turner DB
Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2014

Same score, different message: Jurors’ perceptions of offender risk depend on Static-99R risk communication format
Varela JG, Boccaccini MT, Cuervo VA, Murrie DC & Clark JW
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Do scores from risk measures matter to jurors?
Boccaccini MT, Turner DB, Murrie DC, Henderson CE & Chevalier C
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2013

Judicial decision making about forensic mental health evidence
Redding RE & Murrie DC
In Forensic Psychology: Advanced Topics for Forensic Mental Health Experts & Attorneys, 2007

Juvenile Issues

Diagnostic changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5: The potential impact on juvenile justice
Haney-Caron E, Brogan L, NeMoyer A, Kelley S & Heilbrun K
In Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, in press

Juvenile Delinquency
Ryan EP
In The Principles and Practice of Forensic Psychiatry, 3rd Edition

Juvenile Sex Offenders
Ryan EP
In Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 2016

Juvenile's Miranda comprehension: Understanding, appreciation, and totality of circumstances factors
Zelle H, Riggs Romaine CL, Goldstein NES
Law and Human Behavior, 2015

Child Custody and Parental Competencies
Ryan EP
In Landmark Cases in Forensic Psychiatry, 2014

Juvenile Rights
Ryan EP, Ford E
In Landmark Cases in Forensic Psychiatry, 2014

Evaluation of Juveniles Who Sexually Offend--A Guide to Evaluation and Treatment for Mental Health Clinicians
Ryan E, Hunter JA, & Murrie DC
Oxford University Press, 2012

Psychiatric symptoms among juveniles incarcerated in adult prison
Murrie DC, Henderson CE, Vincent G, Rockett J, Mundt C
Psychiatric Services, 2009

Malingering

Neuropsychological models of feigned cognitive deficits
Bender SD
In Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception, Fourth Edition, in press

Malingered traumatic brain injury
Bender SD
In Clinical Assessment of Manlingering and Deception, Fourth Edition, in press

Clinical decision making in response to PVT failure in a psychiatric setting
Marcopulos BA, Caillouet BA, Bailey C, Tussey C, Kent JA & Frederick R
The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 2014

PCS, Iatrogenic Symptoms, and Malingering Following Concussion
Scott D. Bender & Marlena Matusewicz
Psychological Injury and Law, 2013

A Critical Analysis of the MND Criteria for Feigned Cognitive Impairment: Implications for Forensic Practice and Research
Richard Rogers, Scott D. Bender, & Stephanie F. Johnson
Psychological Injury and Law, 2011

Miranda Rights

Evaluation of Miranda Waiver Capacity
Goldstein NES, Messenheimer Kelley S, Peterson L, Brogan L, Zelle H & Riggs Romaine CL
In APA Handbook of Psychology and Juvenile Justice, 2015

The psychometric properties of the Miranda Rights comprehension instruments with incarcerated adults
Brogan L, Goldstein NES, Zelle H & Kelley S
Under review

Miranda
Kelley S & Zelle H
In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology, in press

Juvenile's Miranda comprehension: Understanding, appreciation, and totality of circumstances factors
Zelle H, Riggs Romaine CL, Goldstein NES
Law and Human Behavior, 2015

The Miranda Rights Comprehension Instruments: Manual for Juvenile and Adult Evaluations
Goldstein NE, Zelle H, & Grisso T
Professional Resource Press, 2014

Evaluating Capacity to Waive Miranda Rights
Goldstein NE, Goldstein AM, & Zelle H
In Forensic Assessments in Criminal and Civil Law: A Handbook for Lawyers, 2012

Psychopathy

Rater differences in psychopathy measure scoring and predictive validity
Harris PB, Boccaccini MT & Murrie DC
Law and Human Behavior, 2015

Evaluator differences in PCL-R factor and facet level scoring
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC, Rufino KA & Gardner BO
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Describing, diagnosing, and naming psychopathy: How do youth psychopathy labels influence jurors?
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC, Clark J, Cornell DG
Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 2008

Do some evaluators report consistently higher or lower psychopathy scores than others? Findings from a statewide sample of sexually violent predator evaluations
Boccaccini MT, Turner D & Murrie DC
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2008

Does interrater (dis)agreement on Psychopathy Checklist scores in Sexually Violent Predator trials suggest partisan allegiance in forensic evaluation?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini M, Johnson J, Janke C
Law and Human Behavior, 2008

Diagnostic labels in juvenile court: How do descriptions of psychopathy and conduct disorder influence judges?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, McCoy W & Cornell DG
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 2007

Youth with psychopathy features are not a discrete class: A taxometric analysis
Murrie DC, Marcus DK, Douglas KS, Salekin RT, Lee Z & Vincent G
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2007

Psychopathy, conduct disorder, and stigma: Does diagnostic labeling influence juvenile probation officer recommendations?
Murrie DC, Cornell DG & McCoy W
Law and Human Behavior, 2005

Psychopathy screening of incarcerated juveniles: A comparison of measures
Murrie DC & Cornell DG
Psychological Assessment, 2002

Sex Offender Issues

Field validity of Static-99/R Scores in a statewide sample of 34, 687 convicted sexual offenders
Boccaccini MT, Rice AK, Helmus LM, Murrie DC & Harris PB
In Psychological Assessment, in press

Juvenile Sex Offenders
Ryan EP
In Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 2016

Psychopathy Checklist use and reporting practices in sexually violent evaluations
Boccaccini MT, Chevalier C, Murrie DC & Verala JG
Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 2015

Static-99R reporting practices in sexually violent predator cases: Does norm selection reflect adversarial allegiance?
Chevalier C, Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC & Verala JG
Law and Human Behavior, 2015

How likely is “likely to reoffend” in sex offender civil commitment trials?
Knighton JC, Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT & Turner DB
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Same score, different message: Jurors’ perceptions of offender risk depend on Static-99R risk communication format
Varela JG, Boccaccini MT, Cuervo VA, Murrie DC & Clark JW
Law and Human Behavior, 2014

Psychopathy and the combination of psychopathy and sexual devience as predictors of sexual recidivism: Meta-analytic findings using the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised
Hawes SW, Boccaccini MT & Murrie DC
Psychological Assessment, 2013

Do PCL-R scores from state or defense experts best predict future misconduct among civilly committed sexual offenders? 
Boccaccini MT, Turner D, Murrie DC & Rufino K
Law and Human Behavior, 2012

Evaluation of Juveniles Who Sexually Offend--A Guide for Mental Health Clinicians
Ryan E, Hunter JA, & Murrie DC
Oxford University Press, 2012

Field validity of the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised in sex offender risk assessment
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, Caperton JD & Rufino KA
Psychological Assessment, 2012

Ethical Challenges in Sex-Offender Civil Commitment Evaluations: Applying imperfect science in adversarial proceedings
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, & Turner DT
In The Sexual Predator (Vol 4), 2010

Predicting recidivism with the Personality Assessment Inventory among sex offenders screened for civil commitment as sexually violent predators
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC, Hawes S, Simpler A & Johnson J
Psychological Assessment, 2010

Avoiding unsupported assessment techniques in child sexual abuse evaluations
Murrie DC, Martindale D, & Epstein M
In The evaluation of child sexual abuse allegations: A comprehensive guide to assessment and testimony, 2009

Field validity of the STATIC-99 and McSOST-R among sex offenders evaluated for civil commitment as Sexually Violent Predators
Boccaccini MT, Murrie DC, Caperton JD & Hawes S
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law2009

Rater (dis)agreement on risk assessment measures in sexually violent predator proceedings: Evidence of adversarial allegiance in forensic evaluation?
Murrie DC, Boccaccini MT, Turner D, Meeks M, Woods C & Tussey C
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2009

Do some evaluators report consistently higher or lower psychopathy scores than others? Findings from a statewide sample of sexually violent predator evaluations
Boccaccini MT, Turner D & Murrie DC
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 2008

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

PCS, Iatrogenic Symptoms, and Malingering Following Concussion
Scott D. Bender & Marlena Matusewicz
Psychological Injury and Law, 2013

A Critical Analysis of the MND Criteria for Feigned Cognitive Impairment: Implications for Forensic Practice and Research
Richard Rogers, Scott D. Bender, & Stephanie F. Johnson
Psychological Injury and Law, 2011

Violence Risk Assessment

Violence risk assessment
Murrie DC & Agee ER
In The Textbook of Forensic Psychiatry, Third Edition, in press

Field reliability influences field validity: Risk assessments of individuals found not guilty by reason of insanity
Gowensmith W, Murrie DC & Boccaccini MT
In Psychological Assessment, in press

Structured violence risk assessment: Implications for preventing gun violence
Murrie DC
In Gun Violence and Mental Illness, 2016

Evaluating and managing the risk of violence in clinical practice with adults
Murrie DC & Kelley S
In Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Emergencies and Crises, 2015

Reformulating suicide risk formulation: From prediction to prevention
Pisani A, Murrie DC & Silverman M
Academic Psychiatry, 2016

Forensic Evaluation of violence risk: A guide to risk assessment and risk management
Conroy MA & Murrie DC
John Wiley & Sons, 2007