Victoria Symptom Validity Test scores of patients with profound memory impairment: nonlitigants case studies.

@article{Slick2003VictoriaSV,
  title={Victoria Symptom Validity Test scores of patients with profound memory impairment: nonlitigants case studies.},
  author={Daniel J Slick and Jing Ee Tan and Esther Strauss and Catherine A. Mateer and Michael C S Harnadek and Elisabeth M S Sherman},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={390-4}
}
Victoria Symptom Validity Test (VSVT) scores from six nonlitigants with neurological illness accompanied by dense anterograde amnesia or severe memory impairment are presented. All of these patients obtained perfect or near perfect scores on the VSVT. These data add to the literature suggesting that the VSVT is insensitive to genuine neurologically-based memory impairment and provide an additional floor-level clinical benchmark against which to compare the performance of litigants. 

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