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TitleDetection of Malingering during Head Injury Litigation [electronic resource] / edited by Cecil R. Reynolds
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1998
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Descript XII, 291 p. online resource


Neuropsychologists and forensic psychologists have long lacked a systematic, scientific means of assessing head injury cases, of distinguishing those plaintiffs whose pain and suffering is real and deserves just compensation from those who are simply faking it. Cecil R. Reynolds and his expert contributors provide the first definitive work on this subject, focusing on problems that beset clinicians who are called upon to evaluate head injuries in civil courts. They describe the major malingering detection techniques currently in use


1 Did You Think It Was Going to Be Easy? Some Methodological Suggestions for the Investigation and Development of Malingering Detection Techniques -- 2 The Significance of Base Rates, Test Sensitivity, Test Specificity, and Subjectsโ{128}{153} Knowledge of Symptoms in Assessing TBI Sequelae and Malingering -- 3 Detection of Malingering Using Forced-Choice Techniques -- 4 The Malingering of Memory Disorder -- 5 Detecting Malingering on the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery -- 6 Detection of Malingering and Invalid Test Results Using the Halstead-Reitan Battery -- 7 Detection of Feigning of Head Injury Symptoms on the MMPI-2 -- 8 Clinical Detection of Malingering -- 9 Common Sense, Clinicians, and Actuarialism in the Detection of Malingering During Head Injury Litigation

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