Assessment of effort in clinical testing of cognitive functioning for adults

@inproceedings{McMillan2009AssessmentOE,
  title={Assessment of effort in clinical testing of cognitive functioning for adults},
  author={T M McMillan and Sigmon Anderson and Glory Baker and Mark T. Berger and Gregory E. Powell and Rupert Knight},
  year={2009}
}
Purpose To provide guidance and highlight key issues in the assessment of effort during cognitive testing in adults in clinical settings. In addition to identify issues relevant to the interpretation of findings. Finally to provide further reading and highlight areas for future research Readership This document is for professional psychologists who are trained in clinical assessment of cognitive function in adults. Cognitive test results are not valid if the testee does not try hard on the… CONTINUE READING

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