ADHD Rating Scales ’ Susceptibility to Faking in a College Student Sample April Bryington Fisher

@inproceedings{Watkins2008ADHDRS,
  title={ADHD Rating Scales ’ Susceptibility to Faking in a College Student Sample April Bryington Fisher},
  author={Marley W Watkins},
  year={2008}
}
Clinicians must often rely on self-report data to make a diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults. Unfortunately, self-report data are subject to intentional distortion. This becomes a concern when assessing for the disorder in the college population due to perceptions that there are benefits to having a documented diagnosis, such as academic accommodations and prescriptions for medications. In the present study, college students without a history of ADHD diagnosis… CONTINUE READING

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