I. Conceptual Framework 1. An Introduction to Response Styles, Richard Rogers 2. Detection Strategies for Malingering and Defensiveness, Richard Rogers II. Diagnostic Issues 3. Syndromes Associated with Deception, Michael J. Vitacco 4. Malingered Psychosis, Phillip J. Resnick and James L. Knoll IV 5. Malingered Traumatic Brain Injuries, Scott D. Bender 6. Denial and Misreporting of Substance Abuse, L. A. R. Stein and Richard Rogers 7. Malingering of Posttraumatic Disorders, Phillip J. Resnick, Sara West, and Joshua W. Payne 8. Factitious Disorder in Medical and Psychiatric Practices, James C. Hamilton, Marc D. Feldman, and Alan J. Cunnien 9. Feigned Medical Presentations, Robert P. Granacher, Jr. and David T. R. Berry III. Psychometric Methods 10. Malingering and Defensiveness on the MMPI-2, Roger L. Greene 11. Response Styles on Multiscale Inventories, Martin Sellbom and R. Michael Bagby 12. Dissimulation on Projective Measures, Kenneth W. Sewell 13. Feigned Amnesia and Memory Loss, Jerry J. Sweet, Daniel C. Condit, and Nathaniel W. Nelson 14. Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment Using Standard Neuropsychological Tests, David T. R. Berry and Lindsey J. Schipper IV. Specialized Methods 15. Assessing Deception: Polygraph Techniques and Integrity Testing, William G. Iacono and Christopher J. Patrick 16. Assessment of Recovered and False Memories, Elke Geraerts and Richard J. McNally 17. Detecting Deception in Sex Offender Assessment, Richard I. Lanyon and Michael L. Thomas 18. Structured Interviews and Dissimulation, Richard Rogers 19. Brief Screening Measures for the Detection of Feigned Psychopathology, Glenn P. Smith V. Specialized Applications 20. Deception in Children and Adolescents, Randall T. Salekin, Franz A. Kubak, and Zina Lee 21. Challenges and Advances in Assessment of Response Styles in Forensic Examination Contexts, Randy K. Otto 22. Response Styles in the Assessment of Law Enforcement, Rebecca L. Jackson and Cody Crawford VI. Summary 23. Current Status of Clinical Methods, Richard Rogers 24. Researching Response Styles, Richard Rogers
Richard Rogers, PhD, ABPP, is a Professor of Psychology at the University of North Texas, USA. His contributions to research on malingering and other response styles have been recognized by national awards from the American Academy of Forensic Psychologists, the American Psychiatric Association, and the Society of Clinical Psychology.
"Clearly written and substantially updated by a stellar cast of contributors, the volume is packed with diagnostic clues to a broad range of feigned conditions and guidelines for conducting definitive research. I recommend this extraordinarily useful book as a constant companion for anyone involved in practicing or studying the assessment of impression management." - Irving B. Weiner, University of South Florida; President (2008), Society of Clinical Psychology, USA "Rogers has done it again. Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception, Third Edition will serve as the authoritative work on response style for years to come. The assessment of feigning is the cornerstone of any forensic mental health evaluation. Rogers and his contributors have expanded and updated prior chapters as well as added chapters on such 'hot topics' as amnesia, cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injuries, and feigned medical conditions." - Alan M. Goldstein, Professor Emeritus, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, USA "This eagerly awaited third edition is more than just an update. Coverage encompasses the fabrication of symptoms by civil litigants, feigned psychosis on the part of criminal defendants, the minimizing of negative personality characteristics by law enforcement applicants, and many other topics. Continuing the tradition of prior editions, the volume emphasizes a scientific approach to the evaluation of malingering and deception. This is a 'must have' resource for psychologists and other practitioners who work in forensic settings. General clinicians, particularly those involved in interviewing and assessment, also will find it a very useful reference." - Glenn J. Larrabee, independent practice, Sarasota, Florida, USA "This is the foremost text on malingering. I have used it in the classroom and in practice for over 10 years. Each subsequent edition is updated with the latest research by noted authors in the field." - Richard P. Conti, Department of Psychology, College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, New Jersey, USA "This edited book, which consists of 24 chapters by experts in the field, is in its third edition. It demonstrates the remarkable expansion in the field of malingering and other forms of deception since its first edition in 1988. Major advances have taken place in the development of detection strategies, which include the use of multiple measures rather than relying on a single test, and their solid conceptual foundation and empirical validation... A huge strength of the book is the exceptional breadth of relevant subject matter, the appropriate detail and comprehensiveness of each chapter and their consistently good quality." - Gisli Gudjonsson, Institute of Psychiatry, British Journal of Psychiatry, 195, 2009