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Malingering mental disorders: Clinical assessment
BJ Psych Advances
SummaryMalingering is the dishonest and intentional production of symptoms. It can cause considerable difficulty as assessment runs counter to normal practice, and it may expose clinicians to testing medicolegal situations. In this first part of a two-article review, we explore types of psychiatric malingering and their occurrence across a range of common and challenging scenarios, discussing presentations that may help delineate true from feigned illness. A framework is provided fordoi:10.1192/apt.bp.116.015958 fatcat:xil6utt2rrddbp6o6u6ud3iyui