Victoria symptom validity test performance in non-litigating epilepsy surgery candidates.

@article{Loring2005VictoriaSV,
  title={Victoria symptom validity test performance in non-litigating epilepsy surgery candidates.},
  author={David W. Loring and Gregory P. Lee and Kimford J. Meador},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={610-7}
}
We report Victoria Symptom Validity Test (VSVT) performance in 120 epilepsy patients undergoing neuropsychological assessment as part of their evaluation as epilepsy surgery candidates. Patients were grouped according to their performance on hard VSVT stimuli. Scores of at least 21/24 on the hard VSVT items were classified as valid (n=86), scores of 18/24-20/24 were considered questionably valid (n=20), and scores of 17/24 and below were designated as invalid (n=14). Significant group effects… CONTINUE READING

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