Detecting malingered pain-related disability: classification accuracy of the test of memory malingering.

  title={Detecting malingered pain-related disability: classification accuracy of the test of memory malingering.},
  author={Kevin W. Greve and Joseph L. Etherton and Jonathan S. Ord and Kevin J Bianchini and Kelly L. Curtis},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  volume={23 7},
This study used criterion groups validation to determine the accuracy of the Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) in detecting malingered pain-related disability (MPRD) across a range of cutoffs in chronic pain patients undergoing psychological evaluation (n = 604). Data from patients with traumatic brain injury (n = 45) and dementia (n = 59) are presented for comparison. TOMM scores decreased and failure rates increased as a function of greater external evidence of intentional under-performance… CONTINUE READING
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