Using the Woodcock-Johnson IV tests of cognitive abilities to detect feigned ADHD
Applied neuropsychology. Adult, pp. 1-9, 2020.
Research has suggested that many young adults can successfully feign ADHD, reporting clinically significant symptom levels and displaying deficits on cognitive tasks when asked to do so. Standalone performance validity tests (PVTs) have shown some success in identifying feigned ADHD, but these tests are rarely used in typical ADHD evaluat...More
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