Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment Second Edition

, Kyle Brauer Boone -- 21. Identification of Feigned Intellectual Disability, Tara L. Victor & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 22. Performance Validity Testing in Patients with Dementia, Kirsty E. Bortnik & Andy C. Dean -- 23.

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Author: Kyle Brauer Boone

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462545551

Category: Law

Page: 730

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Machine generated contents note: I. Performance and Symptom Validity Tests -- 1. Clinician's Guide to Navigating Performance Validity Testing, Maria E. Cottingham -- 2. Design Methods in Neuropsychological Performance Validity, Symptom Validity, and Malingering Research, Ryan W. Schroeder, Kyle Brauer Boone, & Glenn J. Larrabee -- 3. Forced-Choice Performance Validity Tests, Ryan W. Schroeder & Phillip K. Martin -- 4. Alternatives to Forced-Choice Performance Validity Tests, Stephen R. Nitch, Alexis S. Rosen, Laurel A. Mattos, Scott Roye, & David M. Glassmire -- 5. Intelligence Tests as Performance Validity Measures, Natalie Sobel, Talin Babikian, & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 6. Performance Validity Tests in Cognitive Screening Instruments and Computerized Assessment Tools, Patrick Armistead-Jehle & Robert D. Shura -- 7. Embedded Performance Validity Scores in Standard Memory Tests, Bradley N. Axelrod, Justin B. Miller, & Jennifer LaBuda -- 8. Validity Indicators within Executive Function Measures: Use and Limits in Detection of Response Validity, Nathaniel W. Nelson, Catherine Lee, & Jerry J. Sweet -- 9. Motor and Sensory Tests as Measures of Performance Validity, Ginger Arnold & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 10. The Use of Visual Spatial Performance Validity Tests in Detecting Noncredible Performance, Douglas M. Whiteside, Lauren E. Piper, Michael R. Basso, & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 11. Information Processing Speed Tests as Performance Validity Tests, Laszlo A. Erdodi & Jonathan D. Lichtenstein -- 12. Language Tests as Performance Validity Tests, Phillip K. Martin & Ryan W. Schroeder -- 13. Effects of Premorbid Ability, Neuropsychological Impairment, and Invalid Test Performance on the Frequency of Low Scores, Martin L. Rohling, Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, & John E. Meyers -- 14. Interpretation of Data from Multiple Performance Validity Tests, Jeremy J. Davis -- 15. Using the MMPI-2-RF as an Aid in the Detection of Noncredible Neurocognitive Presentations, Maria E. Cottingham, Kyle Brauer Boone, Hope E. Goldberg, Tara L. Victor, Michelle A. Zeller, Medina R. Baumgart, J. Brandon Birath, & Matthew J. Wright -- 16. Utility of the Personality Assessment Inventory in Evaluating Symptom Validity in the Context of Neuropsychological Evaluation, Owen J. Gaasedelen, Douglas M. Whiteside, & Kyle Brauer Boone -- II. Use of Performance Validity Tests in Various Populations -- 17. Base Rates of Feigned Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Kyle Brauer Boone, Pavel Litvin, & Tara L. Victor -- 18. Noncredible Presentations in Neuropsychological Assessment of Pain- and Fatigue-Related Disorders: Clinical and Research Implications, Julie A. Suhr & Andrew Bryant -- 19. The Impact of Psychotic, Depressive, Bipolar, Obsessive-Compulsive, and Anxiety Disorders on Performance Validity Test Results, Hope E. Goldberg & J. Brandon Birath -- 20. Performance Validity in Somatoform/Conversion Disorders, Factitious Disorder, and Malingering: Do We Need a New Diagnostic Schema?, Kyle Brauer Boone -- 21. Identification of Feigned Intellectual Disability, Tara L. Victor & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 22. Performance Validity Testing in Patients with Dementia, Kirsty E. Bortnik & Andy C. Dean -- 23. Performance Validity Tests in the Epilepsy Clinic, Daniel L. Drane, David J. Williamson, Kelsey Hewitt, & Taylor Jordan -- 24. Use of Performance Validity Tests and Symptom Validity Tests in Assessment of Specific Learning Disorders and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Allyson G. Harrison, Grace Jin Lee, & Julie A. Suhr -- 25. Toxic Mold Syndrome and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: The Continued Search for a Causal Link to Neuropsychological Functioning, Robert J. McCaffrey & Julie K. Lynch -- 26. The Use of Performance Validity Tests in Ethnic-Minority and Non-English-Dominant Populations, Xavier F. Salazar, Po H. Lu, & Kyle Brauer Boone -- 27. Performance/Symptom Validity Test Use with Active Duty Service Members and Veterans, Patrick Armistead-Jehle, Douglas B. Cooper, Heather G. Belanger, Jason R. Soble, & Nathanial W. Nelson -- 28. Validity Assessment in Pediatric Populations, Alison M. Colbert, Emily C. Maxwell, & Michael W. Kirkwood -- 29. Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment in Criminal Forensic Neuropsychological Settings, Robert L. Denney & Rachel L. Fazio -- Index.

Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment Second Edition

The use of effort tests in the context of actual versus feigned attention- deficit/hyperactivity disorder and learning disability. In K. B. Boone (Ed.), Assessment of feigned cognitive impairment: A neuropsychological perspective (pp.

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Author: Kyle Brauer Boone

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462545575

Category: Psychology

Page: 710

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The go-to resource for clinical and forensic practice has now been significantly revised with 85% new material, reflecting the tremendous growth of the field. Leading authorities synthesize the state of the science on symptom feigning in cognitive testing and present evidence-based recommendations for distinguishing between credible and noncredible performance. A wide range of performance validity tests (PVTs) and symptom validity tests (SVTs) are critically reviewed and guidelines provided for applying them across differing cognitive domains and medical, neurological, and psychiatric conditions. The book also covers validity testing in forensic settings and with particular populations, such as ethnic and linguistic minority group members. New to This Edition *Numerous new authors, a greatly expanded range of topics, and the latest data throughout. *"Clinical primer" chapter on how to select and interpret appropriate PVTs. *Chapters on methods for validity testing in visual–spatial, processing speed, and language domains and with cognitive screening instruments and personality inventories. *Chapter on methods for interpreting multiple PVTs in combination. *Chapters on additional populations (military personnel, children and adolescents) and clinical problems (dementia, somatoform/conversion disorder). *Chapters on research methods for validating PVTs, base rates of feigned mild traumatic brain injury, and more.

Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception Third Edition

Assessment. of. Feigned. Cognitive. Impairment. Using. Standard. Neuropsychological. Tests. DAVID. T.R.. BERRY,. PhD. LINDSEY. J. SCHIPPER,. MA. TABLE 14.1. Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale: Summary of Cut Scores ...

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Author: Richard Rogers

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781606237632

Category: Psychology

Page: 543

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Widely regarded as the standard reference in the field, this book provides essential tools for understanding and assessing malingering and other response styles in forensic and clinical contexts. An integrating theme is the systematic application of detection strategies as conceptually grounded, empirically validated methods that bridge different measures and populations. Special topics include considerations in working with children and youth. From leading practitioners and researchers, the volume reviews the scientific knowledge base and offers best-practice guidelines for maximizing the accuracy of psychological and psychiatric evaluations.

Handbook of Psychology Forensic Psychology

Assessment of potentially feigned cognitive impairment differs fundamentally from feigned mental disorders in two crucial ways: (1) tasks required of the feigner and (2) detection strategies employed by assessment measures.

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Author: Irving B. Weiner

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470639177

Category: Psychology

Page: 727

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Psychology is of interest to academics from many fields, as well as to the thousands of academic and clinical psychologists and general public who can't help but be interested in learning more about why humans think and behave as they do. This award-winning twelve-volume reference covers every aspect of the ever-fascinating discipline of psychology and represents the most current knowledge in the field. This ten-year revision now covers discoveries based in neuroscience, clinical psychology's new interest in evidence-based practice and mindfulness, and new findings in social, developmental, and forensic psychology.

Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception Fourth Edition

Detection Strategies for Feigned Cognitive Impairment Validation methods Sim KGC Test Note. Partial criterion design (PCD) was not reviewed for this table. Sim, simulation design; KGC, known-groups comparison; Test, a stand-alone ...

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Author: Richard Rogers

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462544189

Category: Law

Page: 673

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"Widely used by practitioners, researchers, and students--and now thoroughly revised with 70% new material--this is the most authoritative, comprehensive book on malingering and related response styles. Leading experts translate state-of-the-art research into clear, usable strategies for detecting deception in a wide range of psychological and psychiatric assessment contexts, including forensic settings. The book examines dissimulation across multiple domains: mental disorders, cognitive impairments, and medical complaints. It describes and critically evaluates evidence-based applications of multiscale inventories, other psychological measures, and specialized methods. Applications are discussed for specific populations, such as sex offenders, children and adolescents, and law enforcement personnel. Key Words/Subject Areas: malingering, deception, deceptive, feigning, dissimulation, feigned cognitive impairment, feigned conditions, defensiveness, response styles, response bias, impression management, false memories, forensic psychological assessments, forensic assessments, clinical assessments, forensic mental health, forensic psychological evaluations, forensic psychologists, forensic psychiatrists, psychological testing and assessment, detection strategies, expert testimony, expert witnesses, family law, child custody disputes, child protection, child welfare Audience: Forensic psychologists and psychiatrists; other mental health practitioners involved in interviewing and assessment, including clinical psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and counselors. Also of interest to legal professionals"--

Handbook of Correctional Mental Health

Clinical staff should be cognizant of detection strategies for feigned cognitive impairments and be knowledgeable of clinical measures for their assessment. Assessment of feigned cognitive impairment requires different strategies from ...

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Author: Charles L. Scott

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 9781585629244

Category: Medical

Page: 646

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Clinicians who work on the frontlines of correctional mental health know that the challenges are only increasing. Not only is the proportion of inmates with mental disorders growing at a rate that exceeds that of the correctional population as a whole, but this group is expanding at both ends of the aging continuum, so that increasing numbers of both geriatric and juvenile offenders require assessment and treatment. Changing patient demographics and evolving treatment modalities make it essential that psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, and other professionals who serve the prison population have access to the most practical, up-to-date, and comprehensive resource. Handbook of Correctional Mental Health, now in an expanded, second edition, is that resource. This book addresses key concepts to ensure that the reader meets the current standard of care for inmates through all phases of the criminal justice system. In 20 state-of-the-art chapters, nationally recognized providers and correctional mental health experts address the most pressing issues facing clinicians. Unique to this edition, the Handbook: Summarizes the literature regarding unique populations observed in a correctional environment, thereby assisting the provider in tailoring treatment to various target populations. Provides a clear overview of both malpractice law and the concept of "deliberate indifference" that aids the reader in understanding the legal requirements for providing care and minimizing risks of lawsuits. Educates clinicians on how to differentiate feigned versus legitimate mental health symptoms, and how to understand and interpret inmate motivations for psychiatric malingering. Discusses important administrative aspects regarding documentation issues, quality assurance, and practicing under a consent decree. Provides useful tables throughout the text with key summary points emphasized. Includes five new, clinically focused chapters on the assessment and treatment of inmates with substance use disorders, geriatric offenders, juvenile offenders, inmates with self-injurious behaviors, offenders who have experienced various traumas during their lives, and inmates housed on maximum security units and death row. Other titles in the field are either out-of-date or limited in scope. By contrast, this new edition of Handbook of Correctional Mental Health includes everything mental health professionals need to provide the highest standard of care to this growing -- and complex -- patient population.

The Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology

In Assessment of feigned cognitive impairment: a neuropsychological perspective (Ed: KB Boone ) pp 29–49 , Guilford Press , New York . Boone KB ( 2007b): Assessment of feigned cognitive impairment: a neuropsychological perspective .

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Author: Jennifer Gurd

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199645817

Category: Medical

Page: 915

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Clinical neuropsychology remains one of the fastest growing specialities within clinical psychology, neurology, and the psychiatric disciplines. This second edition provides a practical guide for those interested in the professional application of neuropsychological approaches and techniques in clinical practice.

Psychology and Law

The two major areas—the assessment of feigned mental disorders and feigned cognitive impairment—also require different approaches for identification. The most common instrument for detecting feigned mental disorders is the Structured ...

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Author: Curt R. Bartol

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483323725

Category: Psychology

Page: 520

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Psychology and Law offers the definitive perspective on the practical application of psychological research to the law. Authors Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol emphasize the various roles psychologists and other mental health professionals can play throughout the text. Insight is offered into the application of psychology in criminal and non-criminal matters. Topics such as family law, insanity, police interrogation, jury selection and decision making, involuntary civil commitment, and various civil capacities are included. This comprehensive text examines complex material in detail and explains it in an easy-to-read way. The authors emphasize the major contributions psychological research has made to the law, and encourage critical analysis through examples of court cases, high-profile current events, and research. “The writing is concise and student-friendly. . . . The text incorporates contemporary cases and information and maintains a good balance between the important issues in psychology and law.” —Barbara Abbott, New England College

Conducting Insanity Evaluations

In such cases , assessment of feigned cognitive impairment plays a peripheral role in insanity evaluations . Many attorneys will likely wonder , “ Why not use feigned cognitive impairment to assess feigned psychopathology ?

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Author: Richard Rogers

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1572305215

Category: Psychology

Page: 388

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Forensic professionals are brought up to date on key issues surrounding insanity investigations, including the legal standards applied to criminal responsibility. The book provides research-based guidelines for interview-based assessments, psychological testing and other specialized procedures, and forensic reports and testimony.

Psychologists Desk Reference

feigning psychological impairment and mental disorders. For the domain of feigned cognitive impairment, other measures and detection strategies must be implemented. The next session addresses this important domain. ASSESSMENT OF FEIGNED ...

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Author: Gerald P. Koocher Ph.D.

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199845507

Category: Psychology

Page: 840

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Fully revised and expanded, this third edition of the Psychologists' Desk Reference includes several new chapters on emerging topics in psychology and incoporates updates from top clinicians and program directors in the field. This classic companion for mental health practioners presents an even larger variety of information required in daily practice in one easy-to-use resource. Covering the entire spectrum of practice issues-from diagnostic codes, practice guidelines, treatment principles, and report checklists, to insight and advice from today's most respected clinicians-this peerless reference gives fingertip access to the whole range of current knowledge. Intended for use by all mental health professionals, the Desk Reference covers assessment and diagnosis, testing and psychometrics, treatment and psychotherapy, biology and pharmacotherapy, self-help resources, ethical and legal issues, forensic practice, financial and insurance matters, and prevention and cosultation. Chapters have been clearly written by master clinicians and include easy-to-read checklists and tables as well as helpful advice. Filled with information psychologists use everyday, the Psychologists' Desk Reference, Third Edition, will be the most important and widely used volume in the library of psychologists, social workers, and counselors everywhere.