Capgras and Fregoli Syndromes in Criminal Justice: A Guide to Forensic Testimony

Capgras and Fregoli Syndromes in Criminal Justice: A Guide to Forensic Testimony By Naira R. Matevosyan, Capgras and Fregoli Syndromes in Criminal Justice A Guide to Forensic Testimony Ethical integrity of criminal law seems to necessitate at least some provisions of heightened scrutiny in assessment of insanity claims for the individuals who as the result of mental illnesses involv
  • Title: Capgras and Fregoli Syndromes in Criminal Justice: A Guide to Forensic Testimony
  • Author: Naira R. Matevosyan
  • ISBN: 9781544931289
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • Capgras and Fregoli Syndromes in Criminal Justice: A Guide to Forensic Testimony By Naira R. Matevosyan, Ethical integrity of criminal law seems to necessitate at least some provisions of heightened scrutiny in assessment of insanity claims for the individuals who as the result of mental illnesses involving prosopagnosia and reduplicative paramnesia act in a way they do not perceive to be wrong This study informs a differentiate approach to the ill intent or formatEthical integrity of criminal law seems to necessitate at least some provisions of heightened scrutiny in assessment of insanity claims for the individuals who as the result of mental illnesses involving prosopagnosia and reduplicative paramnesia act in a way they do not perceive to be wrong This study informs a differentiate approach to the ill intent or formation of requisite intent a legitimate objective of the fair deterrence Accurate diagnostics of the offenders with delusional misidenitifaction syndromes would include careful assessment of comorbidity, brain trauma, organic psychosis Lewy body disease, frontal brain tumor, pituitary tumor, cerebral amyloid angiopathy, spino cerebral ataxia, Parkinson s disease, Prion disease, Huntington s disease , epilespy and postictal delirium, cerebrovascular disorders hemorrhagic or ischemic stroke, arteriovenous malformations, atherosclerosis, Moyamoya disease, atherosclerosis, carotid artery stenosis , other severe mental illnesses paranoid schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders, bipolar depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder , pharmacokinetic induction Ketamine , cerebral metabolic disorders, postpartum psychosis, genetic mutations E1A binding protein, P300 , biological age of the offender.Often, the psychognomic inventories employed by the expert witnesses, lack in construct validity, external validity, concurrent validity, discriminative validity, test retest reliability leading to the unidimensional solutions.A accurate assessment of the offenders with Capgras or Fregoli syndromes would include MRI or CT scan to map the hippocampal atrophy and varying amounts of the increased T2 weighted signals in subcortical and periventricular white matter, voxel based morphometry of the right frontal gray matter, fusiform, and Brodmann speech area, tractography of the face processing circuitry and occulomotor processing speed.Test utilized by the Courts for trying sanity and volition ALI, M Naghten , or for justifying a death sentence when the defendant does not understand the reason for the imminent execution Sell factors, Panetti or Alleyne tests , should appreciate differences between the mental capacity and competence the requisites of autonomy in making decisions, self incrimination, as well as separation of the wrong from the right.
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      A medical doctor ob gyn who also writes art and history books, and books for children.

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