Shepherd Boyd
1913 The Lancet  
The important point brought out in their letters is that malingering not only is increasing, but is most likely to further increase unless there be very careful selection of proper men of experience for referees (for if there is a tendency for malingering to increase under the above acknowledged men of experience, how much more so will it increase under less experienced referees). To attract the proper referee, who must be a man of long experience in dealing with these cases, the terms offered
more » ... re inadequate, for not many would care to give up their present certainty on such terms. I am, Sir, yours faithfully, Harrogate, Sept. 24th, 1913.
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