IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Dr. Phillip J. Resnick, M.D.

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Event activities

 

Seminar 

Oral Presentation - Child Murder by Parents: Treatment in the Aftermath of Tragedy

 

Workshop 

Child Abuse and Murder by Parents

Biography

Dr. Resnick is a Professor of Psychiatry and Director, Division of Forensic Psychiatry at Case School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio.

Dr. Resnick served as a consultant in many high profile cases, including those of Jeffrey Dahmer, Susan Smith, Timothy McVeigh, Andrea Yates, Scott Peterson, Casey Anthony, Theodore Kaczynski, the Unabomber, and James Holmes, the Aurora, Colorado Batman movie shooter.

Dr. Resnick is a past president of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. He has published over 200 articles and book chapters. He is internationally recognized and has lectured in 49 states and 24 countries.

Publications

Books

1. Rappeport, J.R., Resnick, P.J., et al, The Mental Health Professional and the Legal System, Brunner/Mazel, New York, 1991.

2. Resnick, P.J.: Guest Editor. "Forensic Psychiatry," Psychiatric Clinics of North America; March, 1999.

Articles

1. Resnick, P.J., "Child Murder By Parents: A Psychiatric Review of Filicide," American Journal of Psychiatry, 126:73-83, 1969.

2. Resnick, P.J., "Murder of the Newborn: A Psychiatric Review of Neonaticide," American Journal of Psychiatry, 126:58-64, 1970.

3. Resnick, P.J.: "Pathology of Labor and Puerperium: Murder of the Newborn: A Psychiatric Review of Neonaticide," Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey, 25(10) Oct 1970.

4. Engel, I., Levine, S., Resnick, P., "The Use of Programmed Patients and Videotapes in Teaching Medical Students to Take a Sexual History," Journal of Medical Education, 5:425-27, 1976.

5. Resnick, P.J., MacDougall, E., "The Use of Medical Students as Preceptors in Freshman Clinical Science," Journal of Medical Education, 51:763-765, 1976.

6. Resnick, P.J., "Psychiatrist in the Criminal Justice System," Case Western Reserve Medical Alumni Bulletin, Vol. XL, No. 2, 1976.

7. Levine, S., Resnick, P., et al, "For Chronic Impotence: Psychotherapy or Sex Therapy?" Roche Report Frontiers of Psychiatry, Vol. 7, No. 17, November, 1977, and No. 18, December, 1977.

8. Levine, S., Resnick, P., et al, "Sexuality Curriculum for Gynecology Residents: An Experiment with Videotape Interviews" Journal of Medical Education, 53:510-512, 1978.

9. Resnick, P.J., "Insanity as a Criminal Defense in Ohio," Ohio Psychiatric Association Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 12, 1978.

10. Resnick, P.J., "The Court Psychiatric Clinic," Annual Report of the Cleveland Municipal Court, 1978.

11. Resnick, P.J., "The Political Offender: Forensic Psychiatric Considerations," Bulletin of the American  Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 6:388-397, l979.

12. Resnick, P.J., Wile, M., "Support Groups for Medical Students in Initial Clerkships," The Ohio State  Medical Journal, 79:17-19, 1979.

13. Resnick, P.J., "The Psychiatrist as an Expert Witness in Ohio," 11 Ohio Psychiatric Association  Newsletter, Volume 6, No. 10, 1980.

14. Resnick, P.J., "A Psychiatrist's View of the Insanity Defense," Cleveland Plain Dealer Sunday  Magazine, October 12, 1980, pp. 37-50.

15. Resnick, P.J., Book Review of the Powers of Psychiatry by Jonas Robitscher, Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Vol. VII, No. 3, 1980.

16. Resnick, P.J., "The Psychiatrist's Role in Ohio's Death Penalty Sentence," Ohio Psychiatric  Association Newsletter, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1981.

17. Hickman, F.J., Resnick, P.J., Olson, K.B., "Right to Refuse Psychotropic Medication: An  Interdisciplinary Proposal," Mental Disability Law Reporter, 6:122-130, 1982. (Cited by the U.S.  Supreme Court in Washington v. Harper, 494 U.S. 210, 1990).

18. Rosner, R., Resnick, P. et al "Standards for Fellowship Programs in Forensic Psychiatry," Bulletin of  the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Vol. 10, No. 4, 1982.

19. Resnick, P.J., "A Psychodynamic View of Three Rapists," Newsletter of the Begun Institute, 7:1,  1982.

20. Resnick, P.J., "Legislative Concerns: Guilty But Mentally Ill," Mental Health Word, 3:1-5, 1982.

21. Resnick, P.J., "The Abolition of the Insanity Defense" in Myths and Realities: Hearing Transcript of  the National Commission on the Insanity Defense, pp. 69-75, Sponsored by National Mental Health  Association, l982.

22. Resnick, P.J., "The Psychiatrist as an Expert Witness," Roche Report: Frontiers of Psychiatry, 12:2,  1982.

23. Resnick, P.J., "Some Psychodynamic Considerations in Rapists," British Journal of Sexual Medicine,  10:41-47, 1983.

24. Resnick, P.J., "The Detection of Malingered Mental Illness," Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 2:21-38,  1984.

25. Resnick, P.J., "Future Trends in Mental Health Law, Health Matrix, 3:55-57, 1985.

26. Resnick, P.J., "How Do You Perform a Criminal Responsibility Evaluation of a Defendant Who Denies  the Alleged Offense?" Ask the Experts. Newsletter of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law,  ol. 9, pp. 13-14, l984.

27. Resnick, P.J., "The Physician Witness," Physician's Legal Alert, Vol. 1, No. 8, 29-30, l986.

28. Harry, B., Resnick, P.J. "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders in 12 Murderers," Journal of Forensic  Science. 31:609-613, l986.

29. Resnick, P.J., "How Can One Distinguish a Person with True Mental Illness from One Who Pretends  to be Mentally Ill?" Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality. 20:110, 1986.

30. Caccicarne, M., Resnick, P.J., et al, "Burnout in Forensic Psychiatric Staff," Medicine and Law.  5:303-308, 1986.

31. Resnick, P.J., "Perceptions of Psychiatric Testimony: A Historical Perspective on the Hysterical  Invective," Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 14:203-219, 1986.

32. Modlin, H., Resnick, P.J., La Fond, J., "An American Perspective on Forensic Psychiatry and Mental  Health Law in Europe," Medicine and Law. 5:309-321, 1986.

33. Resnick, P.J., "Should a psychiatrist retained by the state for a criminal responsibility evaluation  discuss his findings with the defense attorney prior to trial?" Ask the Experts. Newsletter of the  American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 11:24, 1986.

34. Perr, I., Gutheil, T., Mills, M., Resnick, P., Bloom, J., Ciccone, J., Smith, S. "Risk Factors in Psychiatric  Management." Legal Aspects of Contemporary Psychiatric Issues, July, 1986.

35. Perr, I., Bloom, J., Ciccone, R., Smith, S., Resnick, P., Gutheil, T., Mills, M., "Civil and Criminal  Competency," Legal Aspects of Contemporary Psychiatric Issues, July, 1986.

36. Perr, I., Resnick, P., Smith, S., Gutheil, T., Mills, M., Bloom, J., Ciccone, R., "Evaluating Injury and  Disability," Legal Aspects of Contemporary Psychiatric Issues, July, 1986.

37. Daniel, A.E., Resnick, P.J., "Mutism, Malingering, and Competency to Stand Trial," Bulletin of the  American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 15:301-308, 1987.

38. Rogers, R., Resnick, P.J., "Malingering and Deception: The Clinical Interview." Practioners' Manual,  Guilford Publications, 1988.

39. Rosman, J.P., Resnick, P.J., "Sexual Attraction to Corpses: A Psychiatric Review of Necrophilia,"  Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law; 17(2), 1989.

40. Resnick, P.J., "Competence for Capital Punishment." Newsletter of the American Academy of  Psychiatry and the Law. 13(3), 1988.

41. Resnick, P.J., Malingering versus Factitious Disorder. Ask the Experts. Newsletter of the American  Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 14(1):12, 1989.

42. Grant, W.H., Resnick, P.J., "Right of Active Duty Military 13 Personnel to Refuse Psychiatric  Treatment," Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 7:339-354, l989.

43. Resnick, P.J., "Malingered Hallucinations and Duty to Protect," Ask the Experts, Newsletter of the  American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law; 16(2):47, 1991.

44. Yutzy, S.H., Wolfson, J.K., and Resnick, P.J., "Child Stealing by Cesarean Section: A Psychiatric Case  Report and Review of the Child Stealing Literature" Journal of Forensic Sciences; 38:192-196,  1993.

45. Resnick, P.J., "Can Psychiatrists Predict Violence?" Harvard Mental Health Letter, 9(12):8, 1993.

46. Resnick, P.J., "The Psychiatrist as Expert Witness," Directions in Psychiatry; Psychiatric Malpractice  Risk Management III, Lesson 7; pp. 1-11, 1993.

47. Resnick, P.J., "Defrocking the Fraud: The Detection of Malingering," Israel Journal of Psychiatry,  30:93-101, 1993.

48. Haynes, R.M., Resnick, P.J., Dougherty, K.C. and Althof, S.E.: Proverb Familiarity and the Mental  Status Examination, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 57:523-528, 1993.

49. Resnick, P.J., "Malingering," Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, Editorial, 5:1-4, 1994.

50. Resnick, P.J., Kausch, O., "Violence in the Workplace: Role of the Consultant," Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 47:213-222, 1995.

51. Rosenberg, J.E., Resnick, P.J., "Post-Concussive Syndrome," Directions in Psychiatry, New York: Hatherleigh Press, 1996.

52. Kausch, O. and Resnick, P.J., "Psychiatric Risk Management in Workplace Violence," Directions in Psychiatry - Risk Management Series, 1997.

53. Resnick, P. and Scott, C., "Legal Issues in Treating Perpetrators and Victims of Violence,"  Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 20:473-487, 1997.

54. Resnick, P.J., "Malingering of Posttraumatic Disorders," J. Pract Psychiatry and Behavioral Health;  4:329-339, 1998.

55. Resnick, P.J., Book Review of "Patients Who Deceive" by Loren Pankratz; Psychiatric Services,  50:273, 1999.

56. Resnick, P.J., "The Detection of Malingered Psychosis," Psychiatric Clinics of North America,  22:159-172, 1999.

57. Noffsinger, S.G., Resnick, P.J., "Violence and Mental Illness, Current Opinion in Psychiatry,  12:683-687, 1999.

58. Knoll, J.L., Resnick, P.J., "U.S. v. Greer: Longer Sentences for 14 Malingerers," Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 27: 621-625, 1999.

59. Noffsinger, S.G., Resnick, P.J., "Insanity Defense Evaluations," Directions in Psychiatry, 19:325-338, 1999.

60. Resnick, P.J., Knoll, J.L.,"The Psychiatric Expert Witness," Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 37:145-153, 2000.

61. Noffsinger, S.G., Zuchowski, S.J., and Resnick, P.J.: "Steele v. Hamilton County Community Mental  Health Board," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 29:100-3, 2001.

62. Kausch, O. and Resnick, P.J.: "Assessment of Employees for Workplace Violence," Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 1:1-22, 2001.

63. Hrouda, D.R., Resnick, P.J., Aronoff, M., Caso, M., Freidman, L., Noffsinger, S., Buckley, P.F.: Violence and Schizophrenia: Initial Observations on Standards of Care," Schizophrenia Research, 49:33, 2001.

64. Resnick, P.J., "Recognizing that the Suicidal Patient Views You as an 0Adversary,0" Current Psychiatry, 1:8, 2002.

65. Buckley, P.F., Hrouda, D.R., Resnick, P.J., Aronoff, M., Caso, M., Friedman, L., Noffsinger, S. Violence and Schizophrenia: Implications for Continuity of Care. Schizophrenia Research, 53(3):233-234, 2002.

66. Kausch, O. and Resnick, P.: "Risk Assessment for Violence: A Clinical Approach," Directions in Psychiatry, 23:55-63, 2003.

67. Harris, M.R. and Resnick, P.J.: "Suspected Malingering: Guidelines for Clinicians," Psychiatric Times, p. 68-71, December, 2003.

68. Buckley, P.F., Hrouda, D.R., Friedman, L., Noffsinger, S.G., Resnick, P.J., Camlin-Shingler, K., Dr. Buckley and Colleagues Reply. American Journal of Psychiatry, 162:2195, 2005.

69. Buckley, P.F., Hrouda, D.R., Friedman, L., Noffsinger, S.G., Resnick, P.J., and Camlin-Shingler, K.: "Insight and its Relationship to Violent Behavior in Patients with Schizophrenia," Am J Psychiatry, 161:1712-14, 2004.

70. Resnick, P.J., "Day in the Life of a Psychiatrist-in-the-Making," Academic Psychiatry, 29:397-399, 2005.

71. Hatters-Friedman, S.H. and Resnick, P.J.: "Psychiatric Treatment in Prison," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Legal Digest, 33:274-276, 2005.

72. Hatters-Friedman, S.H., Shelton, M.D., Elhaj, O., Youngstrom, E.A., Rapport, D.J., Packer, K.A., Bilali, S.R., Jackson, K.S., Sakai, H.E., Resnick, P.J., Findling, R.L. and Calabrese, J.R.: "Gender Differences in Criminality: Bipolar Disorder with Co-occurring Substance Abuse, The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 33:188-195, 2005. 15

73. Resnick, P.J. and Knoll, J.: "Faking It: How to Detect Malingered Psychosis," Current Psychiatry, 4:13-25, 2005.

74. Hatters-Friedman, S.H., Horwitz, S.M., Resnick, P.J.: "Child Murder by Mothers: A Critical Analysis of the Current State of Knowledge and a Research Agenda," Am J Psychiatry, 162:1578-1587, 2005.

75. Hatters-Friedman, S.H., Hrouda, D.R., Holden, C.E., Noffsinger, S.G. and Resnick, P.J.: "Child Murder Committed by Severely Mentally Ill Mothers: An Examination of Mothers Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity," J Forensic Sci, 50:1466-1471, 2005.

76. Hatters-Friedman, S.H., Hrouda, D.R., Holden, C.E., Noffsinger, S.G., and Resnick, P.J.: "Filicide- Suicide: Common Factors in Parents Who Kill Their Children and Themselves," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 33:496-504, 2005.

77. Resnick, P.J. and Sorrentino, R.: "Forensic Issues in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry," Psychiatric Times, pp. 26-28, December 2005.

78. Resnick, P.J.: "Malingering of Psychiatric Symptoms," Profiles in Psychiatry, Primary Psychiatry, 13:35-38, 2006.

79. Knoll, J. and Resnick, P.J.: "The Detection of Malingered Posttraumatic Stress Disorder," Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 29:629-647, 2006.

80. Friedman, S.H. and Resnick, P.J.: "Mothers Thinking of Murder: Considerations for Prevention," Psychiatric Times, Vol. 23(10), p.9, 2006.

81. Scott, C.L. and Resnick, P.J.: "Violence Risk Assessment in Persons with Mental Illness," Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11:598-611, 2006. Available online at www.sciencedirect.com.

82. Soliman, S, and Resnick, P.J.: "Release of Insanity Acquittees: Polysubstance Dependence and Personality Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified, Were Held to be Mental Diseases for Purposes of Continued Civil Commitment of an Insanity Acquittee," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 34:555-557, 2006.

83. Knoll, J. And Resnick, P.J.: Stalking Intervention, Current Psychiatry, 6:31-38, 2007.

84. Resnick, P.J.: "My Favorite Tips for Detecting Malingering and Violence Risk," Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 30:227-232, 2007.

85. Resnick, P.J.: The Andrea Yates Case: Insanity on Trial, The 2006 Friedman & Gilbert Criminal Justice Forum, 55 Clev. St. L. Rev. 147 2007.

86. Hatters-Friedman, S. and Resnick, P.J.: "Child Murder by Mothers: Patterns and Prevention," World Psychiatry, Official Journal of the World Psychiatric Association,6:137-141, 2007. 16

87. Freedman, R., Ross, R., Michels, R., Appelbaum, P., Siever, L., Binder, R., Carpenter, W., Hatters- Friedman, S., Resnick, P.J., and Rosenbaum, J.: "Psychiatrists, Mental Illness, and Violence," Am J Psychiatry 164:1315-1317, 2007.

88. Resnick, P.J. and Knoll, J.: "Being an Effective Psychiatric Expert Witness," Psychiatric Times, Medicolegal Issues, p. 9-12, November 2007.

89. Smith, D. And Resnick, P.J.: "Amnesia and Competence to Stand Trial, Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 35:541-542, 2007.

90. Friedman, S.H., Sorrentino, R.M., Stankowski, J.E., Holden, C.E., and Resnick, P.J.: "Psychiatrists' Knowledge about Maternal Filicidal Thoughts," Comprehensive Psychiatry, 49:106-110, 2008.

91. Knoll, J.L., Resnick, P.J.: Deposition Dos and Don'ts: How to Answer 8 Tricky Questions, Current Psychiatry, 7:25-40, 2008.

92. Knoll, J.L., Resnick, P.J.: Deposition Dos and Don'ts: How to Answer 8 Tricky Questions, OBG Management Vol. 20, p. 24, 2008.

93. Knoll, J.L. and Resnick, P.J.: Deposition Dos and Don'ts: How to Answer Tricky Questions, The Journal of Family Practice, Vol. 7, 2008.

94. Hall, R.C.W. and Resnick, P.J.: "Psychotherapy Malpractice: New Pitfalls," Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 14:119-121, 2008.

95. Knoll, J.L. and Resnick, P.J.: "Insanity Defense Evaluations: Basic Procedure and Best Practices," Psychiatric Times, Vol. XXV, Issue 14, p. 35, December 2008.

96. Lockey, C.L. and Resnick, P.J.: "Physicians' Duty to Prevent Harm to Nonpatients," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 36:580-582, 2008.

97. Friedman, S.H., Resnick, P.J. and Rosenthal, M.B.: "Postpartum Psychosis: Strategies to Protect Infant and Mother from Harm," Current Psychiatry, 8(2):40-46, 2009.

98. Friedman, S.H. and Resnick, P.J.: "Neonaticide: Phenomenology and Considerations for Prevention, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 32:43-47, 2009.

99. West, S.G., Friedman, S.H., and Resnick, P.J.: "Fathers Who Kill Their Children: An Analysis of the Literature," J Forensic Sci, 54:(2), 2009.

100. Hatters-Friedman, S. and Resnick, P.J.: "Parents Who Kill," Psychiatric Times, p. 10, May 2009.

101. Scott, S. and Resnick, P.J.: Assessing Potential for Harm: Would Your Patient Injure Himself or Others? Current Psychiatry, 8:24, 2009. 17

102. Resnick, P.J. (2009) Meurtre de nouveau-né: Une synthèse psychiatrique sur le néonaticide, transl. Genet, M.-C.; Evans, R.; Voruz, V.; Yang, S. Enfances & Psy, 44 (3):42-54.

103. Resnick, P.J. (2009) Retour sur le néonaticide: Perspectives actuelles, transl. Chaffel, B.; Voruz, V.; Yang, S. Enfances & Psy, 44(3):55-59.

104. Hatters-Friedman, S. and Resnick, P.J.: "Postpartum Depression: An Update," Women's Health, 5(3):1-9, 2009.

105. Poe, E. and Resnick, P.J.: "Competence to Waive Mitigation,"The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 34:565-567, 2009.

106. Soliman, S. and Resnick, P.J.: "Assessment of Feigning in Adjudicative Competence Evaluations," Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 28:614-629, 2010.

107. Friedman, S.H. and Resnick, P.J.: "Child Murder and Mental Illness in Parents: Implications for Psychiatrists," J. of Clin Psychiatry 72:587-588, 2010.

108. Kambam, P. and Resnick, P.J.: Ineffective Counsel and Mental Health Expert Witness Testimony in an Insanity Defense, Legal Digest, The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 38:599-601, 2010.

109. Jain, A. and Resnick, P.J.: "Jury Instructions Regarding Death Penalty Mitigating Factors," Legal Digest, 39:579-580, 2011.

110. Morrison, D. and Resnick, P. "Managing Risk: Focus on Violence in the Workplace," Mental Health Works, pp. 21-25, second quarter 2012.

111. Hatters-Friedman, S., Cavney, J., and Resnick, P.J.: "Mothers Who Kill: Evolutionary Underpinnings and Law, Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 30:585-597, 2012.

112. Hatters-Friedman, S., Cavney, J., and Resnick, P.J.: Child Murder by Parents and Evolutionary Psychology, p. 781-796, in Scott, C.L. (Ed): Forensic Psychiatry, Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Clinics Review Articles, Elsevier:Philadelphia, December 2012.

113. Resnick, P.J. and Soliman, S.: "Planning, Writing, and Editing Forensic Psychiatric Reports," International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 35:412-417, 2012.

114. Piel, J. and Resnick, P.J.: "Exclusion of Expert Psychiatric Testimony: No Error in Barring Expert Testimony on Asperger's Disorder When Defendant Did Not Assert a Mental Illness Defense," Legal Digest, The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 40(4): 2012.

115. Scott, C.L. and Resnick, P.J.: "Evaluating Psychotic Patients' Risk of Violence: A Practical Guide," Current Psychiatry, 12:29-32,2013. 18

116. Seawell, M.S. and Resnick, P.: "Continued Civil Commitment of Insanity Acquittees," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 41:578-581, 2013.

117. McCarthy-Jones, S. and Resnick, P.J.: "Listening to Voices: The Use of Phenomenology to Differentiate Malingered from Genuine Auditory Verbal Hallucinations," International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 37(2):183-189, 2014.

118. Scott, C.L. and Resnick, P.J.: "Clinical Assessment of Psychotic and Mood Disorder Symptoms for Risk of Future Violence," CNS Spectrums, Cambridge University Press 19:468-473, 2014.

119. Appel, J. Kapley, D., Resnick, P.J., et al.: "Mental Health Innovation vs. Psychiatric Malpractice: Creating Space for 'Reasonable Innovation,'" Faulkner Law Review, 5(1), pp. 131-163, 2013-14.

120. Kelly, B. and Resnick, P.J.: "A Single IQ Score Over 70 Supports Finding of No Intellectual Disability, Despite Conflicting Test Results and Expert Testimony," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 42:515-519, 2014.

121. Graham, N., Hackman, D., Kohberger, C., Friedman, S.H. and Resnick, P.J.: AAPL Debate: "Should the USA Adopt Infanticide Laws?" American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, Vol. 40, No. 2, 2015.

122. Johnson, R.S., Graham, D.P. and Resnick, P.J.: "What Do >700 Letters to a Mass Murderer Tell Us About the People Who Wrote Them," Current Psychiatry, 14(8), 21-26, 2015.

123. Hackman, D.T. and Resnick, P.J.: “Analyzing Whether Mental Abnormality Negates a Culpable State of Mind at the Time of the Crime,” The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 43(4):522-526, 2015.

124. Resnick, P.J.: “From Paranoid Fear to Completed Homicide,” in Pearls, Current Psychiatry, p. 24, February 2016.

125. Rahman, T., Resnick, P.J. and Harry, B.: “Anders Breivik: Extreme Beliefs Mistaken for Psychosis,” The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 44:28-35, 2016.

126. Resnick, P.J.: Malingered Psychosis, Paradigm, 20(2):19-21, 2016.

127. Piel, J. and Resnick, P.J.: "Psychiatrists as Expert Witnesses," Directions in Psychiatry, 6(3)165-171, 2016.

128. Beattie, A. and Resnick, P.J.: "Mental Health Staff at Prison Not Liable for Failure to Warn Unidentifiable Victim Upon Release of Inmate," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Legal Digest, 44(4)495-497, 2016.

129. Friedman, S.H., Appel, J.M., Ash, P., Frierson, R.L., Giorgi-Guarnieri, D., Martinez, R., Newman, A.W., Pinals, D.A., Resnick, P.J., and Simpson, A. I.: "Unsolicited E-mails to Forensic 19 Psychiatrists," The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 44:470-78, 2016.

130. Resnick, P.J.: Filicide in the United States, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 58:S203-209, 2016.