Have a case of an adolescent who has been engaging in antisocial behaviors, he does have pretty strong psycholosocial factors in his hx that suspect psychological underlying problems in relation to his antisocial behaviors. However, he also experienced a pretty significant head trauma during his early teens owing to MVA (can't say for sure when since I'm getting confounding report from family members, dad is alchy, sister is in her teens as a well, mom not in picture but time frame of accident ranged from 3 to 7 years ago). He lost conciousness for at least 2 days (as per family report), spent some time in the ICU and was then discharged. Reportedly he had followup neurological evaluations which were negative (but again as per family report, no objective data here). Family members and adolescent denied any behavioral/emotional changes post trauma and he evinces no overt cognitive deficits. So the referral question is to rule out his head trauma as a cause for his antisocial behaviors. So who does this? Neurologist, clinical neuropsychologist? both?