Jack P. Haynes, Ph.D. - Licensed Psychologist, Forensic Psychology Consultant

 

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Below are selected publications including a book chapter. Please download my VITA for a complete listing of professional positions (in Microsoft Word format).

Haynes, J.P. (2010).  Book Chapter: Parenting Assessment in Abuse, Neglect, and Permanent Wardship Cases. In Principles and Practice of Child and Adolescent Forensic Mental Health Issues. E. Benedek, P. Ash, and C.L. Scott, Editors. Washington D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing.

Haynes, J.P. (2002).  Court Ordered Parenting Coordination: A Psychological Perspective. Michigan Bar Journal, 91 (6), 26-29. 

Haynes, J.P. (2000).  The importance of psychological testing to court experts and what attorneys should know about it. Michigan Family Law Journal, Special Issue-April 2000, 52-54. 

Haynes, J.P. (1997).   Preparing the divorce client for trial: Psychological suggestions. Michigan Family Law Journal.

Haynes, J.P. (1995). Crucial questions regarding sexual abuse allegations in custody and visitation disputes.  Michigan Family Law Journal.  Special Issue - April, 1995.

Haynes, J.P. (1995). Psychological testing in child custody evaluations:  Purposes, parameters, examination and cross-examination.  Michigan Family Law Journal.  Special Issue - April, 1995, 53-54.

Pinkerman, J.E., Haynes, J.P. and Keiser, T. (1993). Characteristics of psychological practice in North American juvenile court clinics.  American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 11 (2), 3-12.

Haynes, J.P. (1992). Ethical psychological testing: How to avoid a half dozen ethical pitfalls.  Michigan Psychologist, 17 (2), 9-10.

Haynes, J.P. (1992). The APA ethics code: New, improved, and in revision.  Michigan Psychologist, 17, (3).

Haynes, J.P. & Moore, E.A. (1988).  Michigan's videotape legislation:  Advantages and ramifications.  Michigan Bar Journal, 67, 504-505.

Haynes, J.P.  & Peltier, J. (1985). Patterns of practice with the TAT in juvenile forensic settingsJournal of Personality Assessment, 49. 26-29.

Haynes, J.P. & Peltier, J. (1983). Psychological assessment practices in juvenile forensic settings.  Psychological Reports, 52, 759-762.

Haynes, J.P., & Bensch, M. (1981). The P>V sign on the WISC-R and recidivism in delinquents.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 49 (3), 480-481.