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(p. 59) Empirical Foundations and Limits 

(p. 59) Empirical Foundations and Limits
(p. 59) Empirical Foundations and Limits

Ira K. Packer

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date: 19 October 2020

Chapter 3 reviews research into the areas of correlates of acquittal by reason of insanity, the quality of criminal responsibility reports, clinicians' opinions about standards of practice for criminal responsibility evaluations, the use of structured tools in criminal responsibility evaluations, studies on the reliability of criminal responsibility opinions and the current state of research.

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