This article discusses the prevalence of feigning in both criminal and civil settings and various psychological assessments useful in detecting feigning. The focus of this information is on the various psychological assessments available to assist clinicians in making a determination of whether or not an individual is feigning and concludes with the recommendations that multiple assessments are necessary to improve the sensitivity of detection methods.
- Criminal and civil evaluations
- Forensic evaluations
- Psychological assessment
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health