I. Conceptual Framework
1. An Introduction to Response Styles, Richard Rogers
2. Detection Strategies for Malingering and Defensiveness, Richard Rogers
3. Neuropsychological Models of Feigned Cognitive Deficits, Scott D. Bender & Richard Frederick
4. Beyond Borders: Cultural and Transnational Perspectives of Feigning and Other Response Styles, Amor A. Correa
II. Diagnostic Issues
5. Syndromes Associated with Deception, Michael J. Vitacco
6. Malingered Psychosis, Phillip J. Resnick & James L. Knoll IV
7. Malingered Traumatic Brain Injury, Scott D. Bender
8. Denial and Misreporting of Substance Abuse, Lynda A. R. Stein, Richard Rogers, & Sarah Henry
9. Psychopathy and Deception, Nathan D. Gillard
10. The Malingering of Posttraumatic Disorders, Phillip J. Resnick, Sara G. West, & Chelsea N. Wooley
11. Factitious Disorders in Medical and Psychiatric Practices, Gregory P. Yates, Mazheruddin M. Mulla, James C. Hamilton, & Marc D. Feldman
12. Conversion Disorder and Illness Deception, Richard Kanaan
13. Feigned Medical Presentations, Robert P. Granacher, Jr., & David T. R. Berry
III. Psychometric Methods
14. Assessment of Malingering and Defensiveness on the MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF, Dustin B. Wygant, Brittany D. Walls, Stacey L. Brothers, & David T. R. Berry
15. Response Style on the Personality Assessment Inventory and Other Multiscale Inventories, Marcus T. Boccaccini & Jessica R. Hart
16. Dissimulation on Projective Measures: An Updated Appraisal of a Very Old Question, Kenneth W. Sewell & Ashley C. Helle
17. Feigned Amnesia and Memory, Richard Frederick
18. Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment Using Standard Neuropsychological Tests, Natasha E. Garcia, Chelsea M. Bosch, Brittany D. Walls, & David T. R. Berry
IV. Specialized Methods
19. Assessing Deception: Polygraph Techniques and Integrity Testing, William G. Iacono & Christopher J. Patrick
20. Recovered Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Richard J. McNally
21. Detection of Deception in Sex Offenders, Philip H. Witt & Daniel J. Neller
22. Structured Interviews and Dissimulation, Richard Rogers
23. Brief Measures for the Detection of Feigning and Impression Management, Glenn Smith
V. Specialized Applications
24. Deception in Children and Adolescents, Randall T. Salekin, Franz A. Kubak, Zina Lee, Natalie Harrison, & Abby P. Clark
25. Use of Psychological Tests in Child Custody Evaluations: Effects of Validity Scale Scores on Evaluator Confidence in Interpreting Clinical Scales, Jonathan W. Gould, Sol Rappaport, & James R. Flens
26. Malingering: Considerations in Reporting and Testifying about Assessment Results, Eric Y. Drogin & Carol S. Williams
27. Evaluating Deceptive Impression Management in the Workplace, Julia Levashina
28. Assessment of Law Enforcement Personnel: The Role of Response Styles, Rebecca L. Jackson & Kimberly S. Harrison
29. Current Status of the Clinical Assessment of Response Styles, Richard Rogers
30. Researching Response Styles, Richard Rogers
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 other response styles. Leading experts translate state-of-the-art research into clear, usable strategies for detecting intentional distortions in a wide range of psychological and psychiatric evaluation 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.
New to This Edition
- Many new authors and topics.
- Thoroughly updated with current data, research methods, and assessment strategies.
- Chapters on neuropsychological models, culturally competent assessments, psychopathy, and conversion disorder.
- Chapters on psychological testing in child custody cases and in personnel selection/hiring.
Richard Rogers, PhD, ABPP, is Regents Professor of Psychology at the University of North Texas. He is a recipient of the Guttmacher Award from the American Psychiatric Association, the Distinguished Contributions to Forensic Psychology Award from the American Academy of Forensic Psychologists, and the Amicus Award from the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law. In addition, Dr. Rogers is only the fourth psychologist to receive Distinguished Professional Contributions awards for both Applied Research and Public Policy from the American Psychological Association. He is the principal author of the Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms (SIRS) and its second edition (SIRS-2), often considered the premier measure for feigned mental disorders.
Scott D. Bender, PhD, ABPP-CN, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Science at the University of Virginia (UVA). His primary appointment is with the Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy at UVA, where his duties include teaching, research, and conducting forensic neuropsychological evaluations. Dr. Bender has published extensively, and his research focuses on differential diagnosis of malingering and the effects of traumatic brain injury on neurocognitive and emotional functioning. He frequently testifies on these and related matters in both criminal and civil cases.