Category Archives: Pecherek

BPS condemns expert’s action-research practice.

Faigman argues that as a general matter the various types of expert testimony courts see can be divided roughly into five categories. In summary: In the first category are experts who propose to testify to a general or specific scientific … Continue reading

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The BPS would be happy with a 12 year old writing an expert witness report: would you?

The British Psychological Society’s (BPS) official position on the expertise required for a Chartered  (Educational) Psychologist’s witness report to be regarded as expert is that it should be capable of being comprehended by those with a Reading Age of 12.  … Continue reading

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Andrea Pecherek, chartered psychologist and Bond Solon expert witness, blocks diagnosis and treatment of latent /converted handedness

Andrea Pecherek, a British Psychological Society (BPsS) and Bond Solon expert witness, has prevented all chartered psychologists in the UK from gaining expertise in recognizing, diagnosing and managing latent and converted handedness. Pecherek has done so from her erstwhile position … Continue reading

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