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Dr. Mark Mosk

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Chicago Address
101 Schelter Road
Suite A202
Lincolnshire, IL 60069


(847) 686-1350

Forensic Psychology

Dr. Mosk has extensive experience in forensic psychology, including conducting child custody evaluations, disability and workers’ compensation assessments, and employee fitness for duty exams. Since 1985, Dr. Mosk has conducted more than 1,000 comprehensive medical-legal evaluations for courts in California and Illinois. As a well-respected forensic expert, he has evaluated employees from dozens of Fortune 500 firms, including Boeing, Federal Express, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, the National Football League, Ford Motor Company and Citibank.

He is well-versed in the use of psychological testing and other assessment methods in forensic examinations, and he has consulted and lectured extensively on this subject. His deep background and experience in various areas of forensic practice, and his well-rounded publication resume has made him a highly desired evaluator and expert witness. Dr. Mosk also provides litigation support for attorneys and legal professionals, including consulting on cross-examination strategies, reviewing experts’ work products, and preparing litigants to undergo forensic interviews.

Dr. Mosk is well-versed in the comprehensive assessment of malingering in forensic matters. He has done extensive research into strategies used to identify intentional and unintentional deception, and attempted misrepresentation and fraud by litigants. These include the use of the polygraph, Layered Voice Analysis, neuropsychological tests, and psychological instruments applied in medical-legal contexts.

His long-standing work on the Functional Capacity Rating Profile© is nearing completion, with the instrument in preparation for publication. He also continues to advance his work on the Violent Behavior Rating Scale, Behavioral Threat Assessment Checklist, and Sexual Assault Prevention Training System. Since 2012, he has been developing a novel, cutting-edge approach to evaluating parenting capacity in child custody evaluations for family court.