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Novick Brown, N., & Connor, P.D. (in press). Impact of executive functioning on learning in fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). In: Bennett, K.P. (Ed.) Executive functioning: Role in early learning processes, impairments in neurological disorders and impact of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Pub.

Novick Brown, N., Burd, L., Grant, T. M., Edwards, W., Adler, R., & Streissguth, A. (in press). Prenatal
alcohol exposure: An assessment strategy for the legal context. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research.

Novick Brown, N., Grant, T., & Clarren, S. (Winter 2014). Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: What judges and other
legal professionals need to know. Judges’ Page, Court Appointed Special Advocates.

Rich, S.D., & Novick Brown, N. (2014). A case for a diagnostic code for neurodevelopmental disorder associated
with prenatal alcohol exposure: A child/adolescent psychiatrist and forensic psychologist speak out. Psychiatric

Novick Brown, N., & Rich, S.D. (Winter 2013). A neurodevelopmental paradigm for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Judges’ Page, Court Appointed Special Advocates.

Grant, T.M., Novick Brown, N., Graham, J.C., & Ernst, C.E. (2013). Substance abuse treatment outcomes in women
with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research,

Grant, T.M., Brown, N.N., Graham, J.C., Whitney, N., & Dubovsky, D., & Nelson L.A. (2013). Screening in treatment programs for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders that could affect therapeutic progress. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research, 2, 37-49.

Brown, N.N., Adler, R.S., & Connor, P.D. (2012). Conduct-disordered adolescents with fetal alcohol spectrum
disorder: Intervention in secure treatment settings. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 39, 789-812.


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FASD Experts is a unique, multidisciplinary forensic group with expertise in the
assessment of fetal alcohol spectrum
disorders (FASD) in individuals charged
with or convicted of crimes. We employ
a flexible, sequential assessment model
that is cost-effective and maintains
independence at each evaluative phase
to strengthen impact of expert opinions
from each member of our group. Our
cutting-edge protocol is based on
empirically- derived federal diagnostic
guidelines and conforms to the highest
standards of practice in FASD Assessment.
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