Within his clinical and forensic practice, Dr. Chafetz keeps up on research in the field and maintains an active research program. In an earlier part of his career, he was involved in behavioral neuroscience research, utilizing electron and fluorescence microscopy, and receptor binding, to investigate neuroscientific issues in recovery of function from brain damage, and in nutrient-neurotransmitter interactions. More currently, he has been involved in neuropsychology research regarding logical memory, semantic inhibition, testamentary capacity, and performance validity issues. Dr. Chafetz has published peer-reviewed articles in many different neuroscience and neuropsychology journals.
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