Clinical neuropsychologists frequently evaluate individuals within a forensic context, and therefore must address questions regarding the possible presence of reduced effort, response bias and/or malingering. This volume offers a wide range of instructive real-world case examples involving the complex differential diagnosis where symptom exaggeration and/or malingering cloud the picture. Written by expert forensic neuropsychologists, the scenarios described provide informed, empirically-based and scientifically-derived opinions on the topic. Issues related to malingering, such as response bias and insufficient effort, are discussed thoroughly with regard to a large number of clinical conditions and assessment instruments. Test data and non-test information are considered and integrated by the numerous experts. Expert guidance for clinicians who must address the issue of malingering is provided in a straightforward and well-organized format. To date, there has not been a comparable collection of rich case material relevant to forensic practice in clinical neuropsychology.... she apparently worked at several different jobs including social work, and worked as an aautomotive service writera and an administrative specialist. ... During testing, she was intermittently concerned and frustrated with her performance.
|Title||:||Neuropsychology of Malingering Casebook|
|Author||:||Joel E. Morgan, Jerry J. Sweet|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2008-11-19|