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Section 1: Defining malingering

(1.1) Section 1: Defining malingering

(1.2) What is malingering?

(1.3) Malingering through the ages

(1.4) The epidemiology and types of malingering

(1.5) Suggested answers

(1.6) Types of malingering

(1.7) Suggested answer

(1.8) Section 1: Recap

(1.9) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Clinical assessment

(2.1) Section 2: Clinical assessment

(2.2) General principles of assessment

(2.3) Assessment in putative PTSD

(2.4) Distinguishing real from feigned PTSD

(2.5) Assessment in putative ADHD

(2.6) Distinguishing real from feigned ADHD

(2.7) Assessment in putative somatoform and dissociative disorders

(2.8) Assessment in putative psychosis

(2.9) Distinguishing real from feigned psychosis

(2.10) Section 2: Recap

(2.11) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Psychometric testing

(3.1) Section 3: Psychometric testing

(3.2) Types of psychometric test

(3.3) Malingering-specific tests

(3.4) Challenges for psychometric tests

(3.5) Evidence for psychometric tests

(3.6) Symptom validity tests

(3.7) Types of SVT

(3.8) Interactive exercise: TOMM

(3.9) Interactive exercise: FCT

(3.10) Section 3: Recap

(3.11) Section 3: Summary

 

Section 4: Presenting findings

(4.1) Section 4: Presenting findings

(4.2) General challenges

(4.3) Patient incentives and clinician bias

(4.4) The role of the expert and the role of the court

(4.5) Suggested framework

(4.6) Section 4: Recap

(4.7) Section 4: Summary

 

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