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Mild traumatic brain injury symptom validity assessment and malingering dominic a carone and shane s bush edsspringer publishing company new york ny 2012 this item mild traumatic brain injury symptom validity assessment and malingering set up a giveaway customers who viewed this item also viewed page 1 of 1 start over page 1 of 1 this shopping feature will continue to load items in order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or background to understand the neurocognitive effects of brain injury valid neuropsychological test findings are paramount review this review examines the research on what has been referred to a symptom validity testing svtabove a designated cut score signifies a passing svt performance which is likely the best indicator of valid neuropsychological test findings1 introduction historical perspectives on mild traumatic brain injury symptom validity assessment and malingering 2 the role of clinical judgment in symptom validity assessment 3 ethical considerations in mild traumatic brain injury cases and symptom validity assessment 4 differential diagnosis of malingering 5this authoritative volume is the first book specifically devoted to symptom validity assessment with individuals with a known or suspected history of mild traumatic brain injury mtbi it brings together leading experts in mtbi symptom validity assessment and malingering to provide a thorough and practical guide to the challenging task of assessing the validity of patient presentations

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