This slef-paced online training program on the Assessment of Malingering was developed by Dr. Barry Rosenfeld and presented in partnership with ConCEPT Professional Training. This programs reviews the tests and techniques currently available for assessing malingering of cognitive impairment and psychiatric disturbance. Among the tests reviewed in this workshop are the measures such as the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM), Validity Indicator Profile (VIP), MMPI-2, Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms (SIRS) and the Miller Forensic Assessment of Symptoms Test (M-FAST). The main learning objectives are:

  • Describe the differences between feigning, malingering, and insufficient effort in the context of psychological assessment
  • Describe the types of instruments used to detect feigning and the strengths and limitations for commonly used instruments
  • Describe the different indices of classification accuracy and their implications for the interpretation of test scores
  • Apply ethical standards to their assessment practice when administering, interpreting and communicating test results

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