Coping with Cross-Examination and Other Pathways to Effective Testimony


In his latest collection of essays for forensic psychologists, Brodsky offers lessons and advice to mitigate the vulnerability psychologists may feel on the witness stand. More than 50 brief essays teach about the typical techniques attorneys use to challenge experts’ credibility and the basis of their opinions.

Stanley Brodsky, Ph.D.
Published in 2004, 249 pages

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Weight 1.3125 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .75 in