Methamphetamine Use: Clinical and Forensic Aspects

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PACIFIC INSTITUTE SERIES ON FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY


METHAMPHETAMINE USE

Clinical and Forensic Aspects

Errol Yudko • Harold V. Hall
Sandra B. McPherson

Boca Raton London New York Washington, D.C.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • The Authors xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Section I - History and Epidemiology 1
  • 1 - History of Methamphetamine 3
  • 2 - Epidemiology 13
  • 3 - Methamphetamine and the Middle East 15
  • 4 - Mdma 25
  • Section II - Physiology, Effects, and Diagnosis of Methamphetamine Use 35
  • 5 - Physiology 37
  • 6 - Effects of Methamphetamine Use 47
  • 7 - Diagnosis of Methamphetamine Use 55
  • Section III - Aggression 65
  • 8 - Anecdotal Evidence of the Effects of Amphetamine on Aggression 67
  • 9 - Empirical Evidence of the Effects of Amphetamine on Aggression 71
  • Section IV - Methamphetamine and the Courts 83
  • 10 - Expert Testimony 85
  • 11 - Mitigation in Sentencing 97
  • 12 - Mitigation to Murder 149
  • 13 - Methamphetamine and Pregnancy 151
  • Section V - Forensics 165
  • 14 - Miranda Rights, Interrogation, and Competency to Confess 167
  • 15 - Criminal Responsibility 177
  • 16 - Dangerousness Prediction in Methamphetamine Cases 195
  • Section VI - Treatment 201
  • 17 - Treatment of Methamphetamine Abuse-Lack of Evidence for the Efficacy of Any of the Models Currently in Use 203
  • Bibliography 211
  • Glossary 223
  • Appendix I 305
  • Appendix II 307
  • Appendix III 311
  • Appendix IV 325
  • Appendix V 327
  • Index 329
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