Measuring Effort in Neuropsychological Evaluations of Forensic Cases of Spanish Speakers

Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 03/30/2012

The Dot Counting Test, the Rey 15–Item Test, and the Test of Memory Malingering were administered to clinical controls as well as individuals involved in litigation–forensic non–capital and forensic capital murder cases. The results represent a first step toward the determination of the utility of those tests to address effort in Spanish speakers in the USA.

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