††† Contact Information:

Dr. Dan Martell

Forensic Neuroscience Consultants, Inc.

††† 2906 Lafayette

†† Newport Beach, CA92663


Phone: 949-230-7321

Fax: 949-786-7478

Email: damartell@aol.com



Daniel A. Martell, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.

Forensic Psychology & Neuropsychology

Forensic Neuroscience Consultants, Inc.


A Professional Psychological Corporation



Martell, D.A. (2009).Neuroscience and the law: Philosophical differences and practical constraints.Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 27, 123-136.


Bressler, S., & Martell, D.A. (2009).Forensic neuropsychological assessments of head injury.In A. Jamieson and A.Moenssens (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, Chichester, UK: John C. Wiley & Sons.


Martell, D.A.(2007).Organic brain dysfunction and criminality.In L.B. Schlesinger (Ed.), Explorations of criminal psychopathology: Clinical syndromes with forensic implications (2ed.).Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.


Martell, D.A. & Kenan, J.(2008, Feb.).†† Forensic neuropsychiatric assessments of toxic mold exposure.Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Washington, D.C.


Martell, D.A.(2007, Feb).Mild traumatic brain injury:State-of-the-art practice guidelines for testimony in criminal and civil litigation.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, San Antonio, TX.


Martell, D.A.(2006, Feb.).Mental retardation and the death penalty: Issues in the assessment of adaptive functioning.Presentation at the 2006 Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Seattle, WA.


Martell, D.A.(2004, Oct.).Forensic evaluation of neuropsychological malingering. Invited address at the XIII National Congress of Legal Psychiatry, Malaga, Spain.


Martell, D.A.(2004, Feb.).Mental retardation and the death penalty: Responding to the U.S. Supreme Courtís landmark decision in Atkins v. Virginia.Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Dallas, TX.


Martell, D.A., & Adelman, R.E.(2003, October).Forensic behavioral analysis: Applications in criminal and civil litigation.Invited presentation at the jointAmerican Bar Association / American Psychological Association Conference on Psychological Expert Testimony in Civil and Criminal Litigation, Chicago, IL.


Martell, D.A.(2003).Neuropsychiatric assessments in toxic exposure litigation.In R. Rosner (ed.), Principles and practice of forensic psychiatry (2 ed.).†† London: Arnold Publishing.


Martell, D.A.(1996). Causal relation between brain damage and homicide: The prosecution.Special issue of Seminars in Clinical Neuropsychiatry on neuropsychiatry in the courtroom, 1(3), 184-194.


Martell, D.A.(1995, Oct.).Challenging the ecological validity of neuroscientific evidence in a landmark homicide case.Invited lecture presented as part of an interdisciplinary panel entitled Neuropsychiatry in the Courtroom, at the annual meeting of the American Neuropsychiatric Association and the Behavioral Neurology Society, Pittsburgh, PA.


Martell, D.A., Rosner, R., & Harmon, R.(1995).Base rate estimates of criminal behavior by homeless mentally ill persons in New York City.Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 46(6), 596-601.


Martell, D.A.(1993). Forensic neuropsychology and the criminal law.Criminal Practice Law Review, 5(3), 319-347. [Reprinted from Law and Human Behavior, 16(3), 313-336, (1992)].


Martell, D.A., & Dietz, P.E.(1992).Mentally disordered offenders who push or attempt to push victims onto the subway tracks in New York City.††† In Lundberg, G.D., Young, R.K., Flanagan, A., & Koop, C.E. (Eds.),Violence.Chicago: American Medical Association, pp. 399-402. [Reprinted from Archives of General Psychiatry, 49, 472-475, (1992).]


Martell, D.A.(1998, Oct.).Psychological testing of hypersensitivity in sexual harassment claims.Annual meeting of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, New Orleans, LA.


Anchor, K.N., Rogers, J.P., Solomon, G.S., Barth, J.T., Peacock, C.,†† & Martell, D.A.(1985).Fundamentals of disability determina-tion and rehabilitation: A higher ground for the applied neurobehavioral sciences.American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 8(3), 337-375.