Arnold Purisch, PhD - Fielding Graduate University. Laguna Hills, CA, US

Arnold Purisch, PhD Arnold Purisch, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - School of Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Laguna Hills, CA, US
Adjunct Faculty in the School of Psychology

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Biography

Arnold Purisch is a member of the adjunct faculty in the School of Psychology.

Industry Expertise (2)

Education/Learning Research

Areas of Expertise (3)

Neuropsychology Traumatic Brain Injury Forensic Psychology

Accomplishments (6)

Fellow (personal)

(1996) American Psychological Association, Division 40

Diplomate (personal)

(1994) American Board of Assessment Psychology

Qualified Medical Evaluator, Clinical Neuropsychology (personal)

(1991) State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Accidents

Diplomate, Clinical Neuropsychology (personal)

(1986) American Board of Professional Psychology

Fellow (personal)

(1985) National Academy of Neuropsychology

Diplomate (personal)

(1983) American Board of Professional Neuropsychology

Education (1)

University of South Dakota: PhD, Clinical Psychology 1978

(APA Approved)

Affiliations (8)

  • American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
  • American College of Professional Neuropsychology
  • American Psychological Association (F40, M41)
  • California Psychological Association
  • International Neuropsychological Society
  • National Academy of Neuropsychology
  • National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
  • Orange County Psychological Association

Event Appearances (5)

Proving traumatic brain injury of closed head injury

(September, 2004) Orange County Trial Lawyers Association  Santa Ana, CA

Distinguishing mild TBI from psychiatric disorders and other factors

(April, 2003) "Mold and Fungus" conference, sponsored by CLE International  Los Angeles, CA

Emotional and behavioral changes caused by brain injury

(March, 2003) Saddleback Brain Injury Support Group  Laguna Hills, CA

Distinguishing mild TBI from psychiatric disorders and other factors: In assessment and intervention in mild brain injury

(October, 2002) 9th Annual Conference on Behavior, Clinial Neurscience, Substance Abuse, and Culture  Los Angeles, CA

Forensic psychological evaluation: In mental health and the law

(October, 2002) Symposium conducted at the conference on Behavior, Clinical Neuroscience, Substance Abuse, and Culture  Los Angeles, CA

Articles (3)

Beneath the mask: Use of psychological tests to detect and subtype malingering in criminal defendants
Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice

2001-04-03

Sensitivity with implications for utility of psychological tests in detecting malingering was examined in 57 men suspected of feigning incompetence to stand trial. The instruments included were the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2), Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms (SIRS), M Test, Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS), Rey's 15-Item Memory Test, Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM), and the Atypical Presentation Scale (AP).

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Misconceptions about the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery
Europe PubMed Central

(2001) The Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery (LNNB) was introduced in the late 1970s as a fixed battery derived from clinical procedures and based upon the neuropsychological theory developed by the late Russian neuropsychologist Alexandr Luria. Considerable debate arose about the LNNB and it became the focus of harsh criticisms. T

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Neuropsychological Assessment of the Criminal Defendant
Handbook of Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology

(2000) Neuropsychologists are often asked to evaluate complex cases involving the neurobehavioral consequences of brain injury with numerous etiological and modulating considerations beyond the injury indicated in the referral. Though many of these patients have sustained a serious compromise in their intellectual, behavioral, and cognitive functioning, the magnitude of their impairment and its relationship to their disability is often difficult to ascertain.

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