Clinical and Conceptual Problems in the Attribution of Malingering in Forensic Evaluations

Drob, S., Meehan, K., and Waxman, S. (2009), Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry Law, 37:98–106

The assessment of malingering in a forensic context is beset by a variety of clinical and conceptual difficulties that are often overlooked by forensic specialists. In the article, the authors review clinical and conceptual errors that contribute to false attributions of malingering in forensic evaluations.

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