Abstract

The goal of this thesis was two fold; firstly to explore current malingering detection practice, gaps in knowledge and strategies that may improve detection of malingering; and secondly, to apply a multi-strategy approach to detection of malingering within the scope of a specific disorder – that is, posttraumatic stress disorder.

Please note: Only the front matter and Chapter 1 are available online. The full version of this thesis is available in hardcopy in Bond University Library.

Year Manuscript Completed

2011

Keywords

Neuropsychological tests; Malingering; Post-traumatic stress disorder; Malingering diagnosis; Malingering psychology.

Primary Language of Manuscript

EN

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