A comparison of forensic and nonforensic malingerers: a prototypical analysis of explanatory models.

@article{Rogers1998ACO,
  title={A comparison of forensic and nonforensic malingerers: a prototypical analysis of explanatory models.},
  author={Richard Rogers and Randall T. Salekin and Kenneth W. Sewell and Annelise Goldstein and Ken Leonard},
  journal={Law and human behavior},
  year={1998},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          353-67
        }
}
Explanatory models of malingering strive to understand the primary motivation underlying attempts to feign. Rogers, Sewell, and Goldstein (1994) provided empirical support for the conceptualization of pathogenic, criminological, and adaptational models. In the current study, a prototypical analysis of 221 forensic experts results in a slightly refined formulation: the adaptational models was decomposed into its two broad dimensions (cost-benefit analysis and adversarial setting). An important… CONTINUE READING
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