These references are for an article appearing in the Family Law News of the California Lawyers Association, September 2018. It is not an exhaustive list. The article generally reviews the strengths and weaknesses of psychological test usage in family law evaluations. It cannot be reprinted in this blog because it is under copyright. A brief description of the relevance of each reference is included. MMPI-2 Ruth A. Baer, Underreporting of...
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Daniel J. Hynan, Ph.D., ABAP has been in full-time practice as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years. Since the early 1990s, he has focused much of his practice on conducting evaluations of the allocation of parental responsibilities (child custody), including parenting time, decision-making, relocation (move away), and other parenting matters.