Psychiatry Grand Rounds-15492-------3/15/2013, Votaw Auditorium
Meagan McPherson, PsyD
Dr. McPherson reports there is NOT a financial interest/arrangement of affiliation with one or more organizations which could be perceived as a real or apparent
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This Continuing Medical Education activity has not received support from any commercial source.
'The Insanity Defense: Historical Perspectives., Tennessee Law, and Case Application'
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Describe the historical roots of the concept of criminal responsibility          
Recognize awareness of recent legal developments regarding the insanity defense          
Relate the components of an insanity evaluation and its practical application          
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United States vs. Hinckley (1982) led to the development of which standard for insanity?
A). The Federal Insanity Defense Reform Act---B). Durham Rule---C). Model Penal Code---D). M'Naughten Rule---E). Irrestible Impulse
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