Objective: Common test utilization is foundational to the legal admissibility of neuropsychological evidence, and therefore the role of clinical neuropsychology in legal decision-making. Prior surveys tracking the development of forensic neuropsychology have failed to address generally accepted assessment practices, however, namely common test utilization. The current study assessed professional practice and common test utilization among clinical neuropsychologists engaging in forensic assessment. Method: Doctoral level clinical neuropsychologists (N = 507) residing in the United States and Canada were randomly selected from the combined memberships of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) and International Neuropsychological Society (INS). All participants were surveyed about their demographics, professional practices, and common test utilization across neuropsychological domains. Participants who reported engaging in forensic assessment (n = 257) were further surveyed about their forensic practices. Results: The majority of respondents who reported engaging in forensic assessment were men (58%) and Caucasian (92%), and had higher ages (d...

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